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Definitions

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  • adj. anabolic.

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  • adj. of or relating to anabolism

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Examples

  • This racing car derived from Porsche's previously shown 918 Spyder concept has an unusual energy-storing flywheel where the passenger usually sits.

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  • It may be another year before researchers actually begin testing one of their energy-storing body parts in a vehicle.

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  • Homes of the future could one day be lined with energy-storing wallpaper.

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  • Also popular is creatine, a compound that helps the body synthesize energy-storing ATP molecules.

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  • They have invented an energy-storing chip that could help ultracapacitors conquer one of the last technical obstacles, so that they can replace batteries in tiny electronics.

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  • The core structurally-creative anabolic (energy-storing) network observed in autotrophs supplies the dynamical framework for energy to drive all living organization, as all living systems either are autotrophs or depend on the existence of autotrophs.

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  • Morowitiz and Smith describe the basic reductive (electron-donating, energy-storing) anabolic network as containing the carboxylic acids of the citric acid cycle and employing them to synthesize the biochemical precursors making up the cell.

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  • Cool weather typically weakens muscle power in cold-blooded creatures, but new data show that chameleons can nab prey even at near-freezing temperatures thanks to an elastic, energy-storing sheath of collagen inside their tongues.

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  • Scientists have found that mice use energy-burning brown fat tissue (as opposed to energy-storing white fat) to keep warm; in humans, turning down the thermostat several degrees or taking a very cold bath for a couple of hours may induce a small amount of weight loss by prompting the conversion of white to brown fat.

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  • Nature, the team describes a new method of tweaking a traditional energy-storing substance, lithium iron phosphate, so that charged particles can zip through set paths in the material's crystalline structure, finding their way into or out of a battery more rapidly than ever before.

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