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BMP1

A gene on chromosome 8p21.3, which encodes a metalloproteinase that cleaves the C-terminal propeptides of procollagen I, II and III, inducing cartilage and bone formation.

TLD

Tumor lethal dose

TLD

Abbreviation for thermoluminescent dosimeter.
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A fully regular adjectival paradigm is formed by the '-uci/-ad' suffix.
The stem, then, can activate candidates to a greater or lesser extent depending on its family size, but the lexical decision is to be deferred until the derivative suffix is processed, determining the lexicality of the letter-string.
The -siz/-siz suffix exists in four forms and is productive in Old Turkic Inscriptions as well as in modern Turkic languages except Altai, Chor, Khakass, Yakut and Tuva Turkic languages.
Furthermore, the students' ability to produce correct derivatives for these word pairs seems to be independent of the complexity of the suffix in question (in terms of Bauer and Nation's approach presented earlier), a fact that also indicates that the students approach these derivative forms as unseparated wholes.
The deverbal suffix also exists in various infinitive, participial and gerundial forms in several languages, e.
Of the 1,687 recursive formations resulting from word-forming suffixation, 835 display a base prefix and a word-forming suffix and the remaining 852 show a base suffix and a word-forming suffix.
Algorithm 1 computes the array m by scanning the LCP array built from the suffix array of the string w$s.
Retso (1988: 79) notes that a number of Landberg's texts have a particle win, often used with a suffix pronoun co-referential with the subject of the clause, which appears to demarcate short episode segments in narratives.
In section 3, we describe the overall procedure of a heuristic with multi-byte suffix matching, and then describe the proposed probabilistic model for measuring the performance of the heuristic in section 4.
As can be seen in (5), the suffix -a is selected for the subjective and the objective functions.
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