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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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This general process had the effect that the languages concerned now dispose of a productive means of word formation, namely a derivational suffix which is -ma/-mhe in !Xun, -vi in Ewe, and -ima- in Ik.
Every EVAL suffix, as in (49b), would have three homophonous counterparts (n i[+FEM], n i[--FEM], and "plain" n), as in (50a, b, c).
Why does a certain suffix in rival patterns win over another one?
The position of Onukawa (1999) in verb root and suffix distinction in verbal constructions or compounds has been given credence by some recent studies notably Onwukwe (2015), Ejinwa (2016) among others.
(iii) v is the current character in Su (current suffix).
This study determines the pattern of English (primary) word stress in Bi-syllabic and Tri-syllabic suffixed words and their roots by Pashto speakers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan and the effect of such affixation on stress placements.
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.
suffix -liq allomorphs -liy; -liq; -luy; -lug; They unite suffix and vowel and consonant changes in harmony with the root word vowel.
However, it is important to note that not every quadri-consonantal form takes the Vb infixation since a large number of quadri-consonantal singular forms take instead the default plural suffix -tV.
The partnership also aims to standardise the suffixes used by the Emirate's government entities and to raise the nation's global innovation index by adopting new technological steps and initiatives by applying leading ideas in the government sector.
Aymara is an agglutinative suffix-only language with a rich morphology, he says, and like other varieties, Muylaq' Aymara has four types of suffixes: nominal, verbal, transpositional, and suffixes not subcategorized for lexical category.