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functionalisation

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  • n. Alternative spelling of functionalization.

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Examples

  • A: Sub-functionalisation, where one interaction site is optimised in each of the copies.

    α-actinin evolution in humans - The Panda's Thumb

  • B: Neo-functionalisation, where one copy retains the ancestral inter- action sites while the other is free to evolve new interaction sites.

    α-actinin evolution in humans - The Panda's Thumb

  • In organisms the absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion and toxicity of CNT depend on the inherent physical and chemical characteristics, such as CNT functionalisation, coating, length and agglomeration state, which are influenced by the external environmental conditions during the CNT production, usage and disposal stages.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • This poses questions about Europe's use of its economic influence in the wider world; about the way in which the incorporation into the European community of less economically developed nations offers a model of collaboration between wealthier and poorer states; about the degree to which European states are willing to use their internal resources for humane education, resisting the creeping functionalisation of education and research; and, not least, about the fate of our literal material environment in the processes of production ..

    'Benedict and the Future of Europe' - Speech at St Anselmo in Rome

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