from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to or involving the arrangement of atoms in space.
- adj. of the repulsion of atoms due to closeness or arrangement
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to an arrangement in space: applied especially to the arrangement of atoms in the molecule of a compound.
These decisions are persistent over cloning using transcription factors and by modifying the way DNA is stored spatially (steric effects).
First, from 2004 to the present, steric contributions to sea level rise appear to have been negligible.
Re short drop bars: sure, those of us who, due to steric hindrance, don't bend as far appreciate them, but that's not all they're for.
There is no reason why they need to be very close, and in fact there could be steric difficulties if they were.
As far as "self-organizing" goes, I can only assume BGT takes issue with concepts like kinetics and thermodynamics, as well as potential energy, VSEPR, Molecular Orbital Theory, and steric hindrance.
It would be really interesting to find a SNP that has an effect because it create steric problems for a codon pair.
This result suggests that the…substitution may…relieve an inherent steric hindrance to intermolecular association….
Why do the steric contribution and the meltwater contribution to the sea level rise not equal the total rise?
The steric effect in the last decades is too small about 0.5 mm/year , against observed 1.5-2 mm/year.
Estimations from melting yield also lower values than the steric sea-level rise.