from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Mutual conversion.
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- n. reciprocal or mutual conversion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Reciprocal conversion; interchange of form or constitution.
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The chemical interconversion of fumarase reaction, a carbanion mechanism, is the most rapid part of the reaction cycle.
Aconitate isomerase catalyzes the interconversion of cis - and trans-aconitate by a 1, 3 allylic rearrangement that uses the (pro-S) hydrogens of the two substrates.
The interconversion of citrate and isocitrate by aconitate hydratase was shown to occur with complete retention of the proton transferred between C2and C3 but with no retention of the OH - between C3 and C2.
How many games are there out there with multiple currencies and restricted interconversion?
We didn't solve that problem, but in the course of trying we discovered the molecular mechanism by which interconversion of the two forms of phosphorylase takes place; namely, reversible protein phosphorylation.
On the molecular/covalent level, CDC covers dynamic combinatorial chemistry (DCC), an approach that, in contrast to classical "static" combinatorial chemistry based on vast collections of prefabricated molecules, implements dynamic libraries whose constituents undergo continuous interconversion by recombination of their building blocks through reversible chemical reactions.
We deduced that adenine and 2,6-diaminopurine must be anabolized by the same enzyme, and that the product of diaminopurine anabolism interfered with purine interconversion (17).
He has demonstrated the interconversion of a linear nucleic acid molecule to a ring-shaped one.
In an arithmetic lesson on "Multiplication of Decimals," in a Form IV class, the preparation should involve a review of the meaning of decimals, of the interconversion of decimals and fractions (for example, .05 = 5 hundredths; 27 ten-thousandths = .0027, etc.); and of the multiplication of fractions.
We will show, I hope, fairly conclusively that there is little or no interconversion between the two types of nucleic acid synthesis in the cell.