By Eleanor Lawrence
The 13th version of this vintage dictionary, first released 80 years in the past, has been up-to-date all through, rewritten for readability and reorganised to make it even more uncomplicated to exploit. Henderson's Dictionary of Biology maintains to supply a necessary reference for college students of any of the organic sciences and for lecturers and researchers
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To cause or undergo agglutination. n. the mass formed by agglutination. a. stuck together. agglutination n. formation of clumps or floccules of cells, esp. pollen, bacteria, red blood cells, spermatozoa and some protozoans, either spontaneously or after treatment with an antibody or other agent. agglutinin n. g. antibodies, lectins, viral haemagglutinins). agglutinogen n. cell-surface antigens such as the ABO antigens of human red cells that interact with antibodies (agglutinins) resulting in agglutination of the red cells.
Any of a group of enzymes that transfer aminoacyl groups and including peptidyltransferase. 2. aminoacyl-tRNA n. g. methionyl-tRNA, seryltRNA, tyrosyl-tRNA). aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase n. any of a large group of enzymes catalysing the attachment of an amino acid to tRNA, each aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase being specific for a particular amino acid and one or more acceptor tRNAs. pm5 28 G A V L I S T K R H D N E Q P W F Y M C 11/01/2004, 05:10PM Amniota, amniotes p -aminobenzoic acid (PBA) substance necessary as a vitamin in rats, but does not seem to be required in humans.
Ageotropism n. (1) not responding to gravity; (2) negative geotropism. age polyethism in social animals, the changing of roles by members of a society as they age. age ratio of a population, the relative frequencies of different age groups within it. age-specific death rate mortality rate for different age groups within a population. age-specific reproductive value an index of the extent to which the members of a given age group contribute to the next generation between now and the time they die.