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Cut

Cut in molecular biology, a hydrolytic cleavage of two opposing phosphodiester bonds in a double-stranded nucleic... Read More

Longitudinal section

Longitudinal Section Definition To describe the direction of movements and location of different body structures, a... Read More

Distal end cutter

Distal end cutter (Science: dentistry, equipment) a special plier used to cut off the ends of your arch... Read More

Sections

section 1. The act of cutting, or separation by cutting; as, the section of bodies. 2. A part separated from something; a... Read More

Microscopic section

microscopic section --> section 1. The act of cutting, or separation by cutting; as, the section of bodies. 2. A part... Read More

Section

section 1. The act of cutting, or separation by cutting; as, the section of bodies. 2. A part separated from something; a... Read More

Cuttings

Cutting (Science: botany) portion of a stem, root, or leaf cut from the parent plant for the production of a new independent... Read More

Nick

Definition noun, plural: nicks (molecular biology) A cut or a notch in a DNA molecule due to a break in one phosphodiester... Read More

Pith

Pith Definition In general, the term "pith" refers to the "soft inner portion" of something. In botany, a pith refers... Read More

Prune

prune 1. To lop or cut off the superfluous parts, branches, or shoots of; to clear of useless material; to shape or smooth... Read More

Stump

stump 1. The part of a tree or plant remaining in the earth after the stem or trunk is cut off; the stub. 2. The part of a... Read More

Cytokinin

Plants require growth hormones for their regulated growth. Plant growth hormones or regulators (PGRs) are small organic... Read More

Stick

stick 1. A small shoot, or branch, separated, as by a cutting, from a tree or shrub; also, any stem or branch of a tree, of... Read More

Rolling circle mechanism

rolling circle mechanism (Science: molecular biology) A mechanism of dNA replication in many viral dNAs, in bacterial f... Read More

Bisect

Bisect 1. To cut or divide into two parts. 2. (Science: geometry) to divide into two equal parts. Origin: L. Bis twice -... Read More

Abscissa

Abscissa (Science: geometry) One of the elements of reference by which a point, as of a curve, is referred to a system of... Read More

Hunter-schreger bands

Hunter-schreger bands Alternating light and dark lines seen in dental enamel that begin at the dentoenamel junction and end... Read More

Hay

Hay grass cut and cured for fodder. Make hay while the sun shines. (Camden) Hay may be dried too much as well as too little.... Read More

Median plane

In anatomy, the median plane refers to a plane passing vertically through the midline. It divides the body into left and... Read More

Survival of the fittest

When we talk about evolutionary processes, the usage of the phrase "Survival of the fittest" has been very common in... Read More

Anatomical plane

An anatomical plane refers to a hypothetical plane used in describing the location of bodily structures or movement... Read More

Endemic

Global biodiversity is under threat and the rate at which species are getting endangered and extinct is alarming. If you... Read More

Figures

Figure 1. The form of anything; shape; outline; appearance. Flowers have all exquisite figures. (Bacon) 2. The... Read More

Nail

nail 1. (Science: anatomy) The horny scale of plate of epidermis at the end of the fingers and toes of man and many apes.... Read More

Nervous System

    THE is the most complicated and highly organized of the various systems which make up the human body. It is the... Read More

Joint

Joint 1. To unite by a joint or joints; to fit together; to prepare so as to fit together; as, to joint boards. Pierced... Read More

Scalp

scalp 1. That part of the integument of the head which is usually covered with hair. By the bare scalp of robin Hodd's fat... Read More

Insect

Insect 1. (Science: zoology) One of the Insecta; especially, one of the hexapoda. See insecta. The hexapod insects pass... Read More

Scared to Death

Scared to Death: Self-Willed Death, or the Bone-Pointing Syndrome   by Patrick D Hahn   Accepted on: September 4,... Read More

Breast

Breast to meet, with the breast; to struggle with or oppose manfully; as, to breast the storm or waves. The court breasted... Read More

Deciduous forest

Deciduous Forest Definition A deciduous forest is a type of forest dominated by trees that lose their foliage at the end of... Read More

Trophic level

In ecology, a trophic level pertains to a position in a food chain or ecological pyramid occupied by a group of organisms... Read More

Cohesive end

Definition noun, plural: cohesive ends (molecular biology) A fragment of DNA (often produced by a staggered cut on the DNA... Read More

Sticky end

Definition noun, plural: sticky ends (molecular biology) A fragment of DNA (often produced by a staggered cut on the DNA... Read More

Buck’s traction

Buck's Traction Definition Buck's traction for femur fracture is very helpful. It can be utilized in the treatment and... Read More

Diatom

Diatom Definition A diatom is a unicellular eukaryotic alga characterized by having a siliceous covering and a symmetrical... Read More

Perineum

Definition noun, plural: perinea (anatomy) The region between the anus and the vulva; the region between the scrotum and the... Read More

Neurilemma

Neurilemma Neurolemma (also neurilemma and sheath of Schwann) is the outermost layer of nerve fibers in the peripheral... Read More

Light-independent reaction

The process of photosynthesis is a biological procedure in which plants produce oxygen and energy (sugar) by using light... Read More

Overhang

Definition noun (molecular biology) Unpaired nucleotide(s) in the end of a DNA molecule, which may be produced by a... Read More