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  • n. Plural form of residue.


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  • A single mutation changing two amino acid residues is not required for resistance.

    Behe Responds

  • Insisting that food items across the world are bound to contain residues of pesticides used by farmers, the company said what is important is whether the residues conform to norms set by the

    India State Bans Coke and Pepsi | Impact Lab

  • To use this method for synthesizing peptides containing some 100 amino acid residues is truly an heroic task.

    Press Release: The 1984 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • To use a similar approach for synthesizing a peptide containing 100 or more amino acid residues is truly a heroic task, requiring a very large amount of work and chemicals.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1984 - Presentation Speech

  • “The consumer, whether he’s a cyclist or not, can have all the possible guarantees that the meat they buy does not contain residues like that of clenbuterol,” López was quoted by the Spanish wire service EFE.

    Basque officials insist their beef is clenbuterol-free

  • There are several problems associated with antibiotics, namely residues, the development of resistant races of fungi and bacteria, and occasional phytotoxicity.

    Chapter 10

  • Scattered production of the residues, which is a common feature in agricultural production, raises collecting costs.

    Chapter 4

  • An alternative method of determining correction, which is equally accurate and often more convenient, is to filter a portion of the tanning solution through the Berkefeld candle till optically clear, which can be generally accomplished by rejecting 300 or 400 c.c., and returning the remaining filtrate repeatedly; and at the same time to evaporate 50 c.c. of the clear filtrate obtained by the method for which correction is required, when the difference between the residues will be the correction sought.

    Synthetic Tannins

  • Gasifiers using wood and charcoal (the only fuel adequately proved so far) are again becoming commercially available, and research is being carried out on ways of gasifying other biomass fuels (such as residues) in some parts of the world (Foley and Barnard, 1983).

    Chapter 9

  • If possible, use materials that are high in N. such as residues from leguminous plants because they are preferred by microorganisms since they provide both C and N.

    Chapter 4


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