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  • It is also called Hurter and Driffield curve (or H & D curve), named after Ferdinand Hurter and Vero Charles Driffield who first d
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  • properdin factor d
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  • [[D valve]]
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  • [[D-homosteroid]] a [[steroid]] in which the D [[ring]] is made up of six [[carbon]] [[atoms]] instead of the [[usual]] fi
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  • nanaomycin D reductase (Science: enzyme) [[reduces]] [[lactone]] of nanomycin d to [[free]] [[acid]] (nanaomycin a) and nad_
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  • [[D-s test]] --> Synonym: [[d-s test]].
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  • [[D-octopine dehydrogenase]]
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  • [[D wave]]
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  • [[D-xylo-aldonate dehydratase]] (Science: enzyme) [[forms]] 2-keto-3-deoxy-d-xylonate (d-pentulosonic acid)
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  • [[D-xylose absorption]] ...sures]] the [[intestines]] [[ability]] to [[absorb]] the [[simple Sugar]], D-xylose. This is an [[indicator]] for whether or not [[nutrients]] are being
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  • ''D-glucose'' is a short form of [[dextrorotatory glucose]]. It is one of the t <br />Also called: [[D-glucopyranose]], [[grape sugar]], [[corn sugar]], [[dextrose]], [[dextrose
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  • [[Fortified vitamin d milk]] [[milk]] produced through [[direct]] [[addition]] of [[vitamin]] D; standardised at 400 [[usp]] [[units]] per [[quart]].
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  • vitamin D deficiency A [[vitamin D deficiency]] [[disease]] of [[infancy]] or [[childhood]] with a [[disturban
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  • [[D-aminolevulinate dehydratase porphyria]] ...rder]] in which there is a [[deficiency]] of [[porphobilinogen]] synthase; d-aminolevulinate levels are elevated, leading to [[neurological]] [[disturba
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  • [[D-aminolevulinic acid]] NH2CH2COCH2CH2COOH;an [[acid]] [[formed]] by d-aminolevulinate [[synthase]] from [[glycine]] and succinyl-coenzyme A; a [[
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  • [[D-aminolevulinic acid synthase]] ...yses]] the [[reaction]] of [[succinyl-coa]] with [[glycine]] to [[form]] [[d-aminolevulinic acid]], [[coenzyme a]], and [[co2]]. The committed [[step]]
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  • Origin: OE. Riche, AS. Rice rich, powerful; akin to OS. Riki, D. Rijk, G. Reich, OHG. Rihhi, Icel. Rikr, Sw. Rik, Dan. Rig, Goth. Reiks; fr
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  • ...lative]] of [[good]], are from a different root] [AS. [[God]], [[akin]] to D. Goed, [[os]]. [[God]], OHG. Guot, [[g]]. [[Gut]], Icel. Gothr, Sw. &amp; [
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  • 3. To [[furnish]] with, or unite to, a woman. ''To have him see me woman'd.''
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  • Origin: as. Hors; [[akin]] to [[os]]. Hros, D. &amp; OHG. [[Ros]], [[g]]. Ross, Icel. Hross; and perh. To L. Currere to [
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  • ...]].''] [OE. Litel, lutel, as. Ltel, litel, lt; [[akin]] to [[os]]. Littil, D. Luttel, LG. Lutt, OHG. Luzzil, MHG. Lutzel; and perh. To as. Lytig deceitf
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  • Origin: OE. Worthen, wuroen, to become, AS. Weoroan; akin to OS. Weroan, D. Worden, G. Werden, OHG. Werdan, Icel. Veroa, Sw. Varda, Goth. Wairpan, L. Origin: OE. Worth, wuro, AS. Weoro, wurE; akin to OFries. Werth, OS. Wero, D. Waard, OHG. Werd, G. Wert, werth, Icel. Veror, Sw. Vard, Dan. Vaerd, Goth.
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  • Origin: as. [[Land]], lond; [[akin]] to D, [[g]], Icel, Sw, [[dan]], and [[goth]]. [[Land]].
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  • Origin: as. Hlaest, [[fr]]. Hladan to lade; [[akin]] to OHG. Hlast, [[g]], D, [[dan]], &amp; Sw. Last: [[cf]]. [[F]]. Laste, last, a last, of [[german]] ..., contr. Of latest, superl. Of late; [[akin]] to [[os]]. Lezt, lazt, last, D. Laatst, [[g]]. Letzt. See Late, and [[cf]]. Latest.
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  • Origin: OE. Worthi, wuroi, from worth, wuro, n.; cf. Icel. Verougr, D. Waardig, G. Wurdig, OHG. Wirdig. See Worth.
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  • Origin: AS. Word; akin to OFries. &amp; OS. Word, D. Woord, G. Wort, Icel. Orth, Sw. &amp; Dan. Ord, Goth. Waord, OPruss. Wirds
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  • Origin: [[oe]]. Fre, freo, as. Freo, fri; [[akin]] to D. Vrij, [[os]].
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  • d [[surface]] [[undulations]] of a country. Relief [[valve]], a valve arrange
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  • ..., or [[franciscans]]. (b) Augustines. (c) Dominicans or [[black friars]]. (d) [[white friars]] or Carmelites. See these [[names]] in the [[vocabulary]].
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  • Origin: OE. Small, AS. Sm$l; akin to D. Smal narrow, OS. &amp; OHG. Smal small, G. Schmal narrow, Dan. &amp; Sw. S
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