- n. Plural form of acid.
“Thus, if a man doubts that _some acids are compounds of oxygen_, but grants that _some compounds of oxygen are acids_, he may agree to the former proposition when you point out that it has the same meaning as the latter, differing from it only in the order of the words.”
“For instance, do you realize that one cup of cooked pasta, low in fat, low in sodium and high in amino acids is just 200 calories, 40 grams of carbohydrates, and no cholesterol?”
“Collections of nucleic and amino and betain acids, barely self-replicating, a light broth in salty water.”
“Thomas Steitz's high resolution structures of the large ribosomal subunit in functional complexes led to atomic level understanding of how formation of peptide bonds between amino acids is catalysed on the ribosome.”
“Chemical affinity between nucleotide triplets and amino acids is a prerequisite to but not an explanation for mapping between encoding nucleic acids and encoded end products.”
“You are making a fool out of yourself by pretending that a partial mapping of codons to amino acids is a biologically relevant code.”
“The assignment of codons to amino acids is not random, but provides evidence of its origin.”
“Margarine with omega-3 acids is healthier and it also keeps the rotis soft.”
“For example, Art's "simple mixture of amino acids" is actually a specified recipe.”
“The addition of certain acids, bases, or some metals to a tincture could create a different but stable color, an effect exploited in the use of different mordants in textile dyeing.”
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