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CHEMICAL BOND
FLUORIDE CHANGES
RIGHT
RELATED
TYPES
FIG
DIGEST
MAMMALS
SPECIES
SALMONELLA
HISTORY
FIGURE
FRUCTOSE
LITTLE DIFFERENT
VITAMIN
COENZYME Q10
BENZENE
HYDROCARBONS
HYDROXYL GROUPS
PANTOTHENIC
VITAMIN B5
REACTIVITY
ZONISAMIDE
ANTICONVULSANT
DNA
GENETIC INFORMATION
SILICATE MINERALS
STUDY
DIFFERENT LENGTHS
CHANGING
CHANGE
COMPOUNDS
HORMONE
HORMONES
CHEMICAL FORMULA
ORGANIC COMPOUND
PEPTIDE BOND
CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS
ANILINE
OXCARBAZEPINE
AMINO
AMINO ACIDS
MOLECULES
MOLECULE
SIMILAR
PENICILLINS
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Definitions

  1. Its chemical structure is the hormone testosterone with an added methyl group at the c-17 alpha position of the molecule.
  2. Its chemical structure is amazingly similar to mother's milk.

Chemical Bond

  1. These two functional moieties are typically joined either directly to each via a chemical bond or through some chemical structure or spacer molecule.

Fluoride Changes

  1. While these have some short term temporary benefits, fluoride changes the chemical structure of the tooth making it extra brittle.

Right

  1. Dibenzofuran is a heterocyclic organic compound with the chemical structure shown at right.
  2. See the general chemical structure of an acyl chloride at right.

Related

  1. Phenytoin sodium is related to the barbiturates in chemical structure, but has a five-membered ring.

Types

  1. Alkanes are types of organic hydrocarbon compounds which have only single chemical bonds in their chemical structure.

Fig

  1. FIG. 1 shows the chemical structure of the calcium salt of Rosuvastatin.
  2. Although L-glutamine is similar in chemical structure to L-theanine, it did not exhibit an anti-hypertensive effect (Fig.

Digest

  1. Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) are fats with an unusual chemical structure that allows the body to digest them easily.
  2. One of the peptides of casein, casomorphin, is similar to gliadin in chemical structure, making it difficult to digest.

Mammals

  1. I specifically need information on the chemical structure of baleen and the chemistry behind how these mammals produce this material.

Species

  1. The chemical structure of the teeth and tusks of mammals is the same regardless of the species of origin.

Salmonella

  1. Most of the work on the chemical structure of endotoxin has been done with species of Salmonella and E. coli.

History

  1. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1603x843, 11 KB) Summary Description: Chemical structure of the cyclic dimer of acetic acid.

Figure

  1. Figure 2 shows a chemical structure of the preferred tetraphenyl phosphonium surfactant.

Fructose

  1. Simple Carbohydrate: Rapidly digested carbohydrate because of its chemical structure and absorbed into the bloodstream, i.e., glucose, lactose and fructose.

Little Different

  1. Almandines, named after the ancient gemstone city of Alabanda in Asia Minor, are c a little different in their chemical structure from Pyropes.

Vitamin

  1. In 1943 Edward Adelbert Doisy and Henrik Dam were awarded the Nobel Prize for their discovery of vitamin K and its chemical structure.

Coenzyme Q10

  1. Coenzyme Q10 resembles vitamin K in its chemical structure.

Benzene

  1. Its chemical structure consists of a benzene ring substituted with a methoxy group and a propenyl group.

Hydrocarbons

  1. The most significant determinant of octane is the chemical structure of the hydrocarbons and their response to the addition of octane enhancing additives.

Hydroxyl Groups

  1. Green tea polyphenols are potent free radical scavengers due to the hydroxyl groups in their chemical structure.

Pantothenic

  1. The chemical structure of pantothenic acid and its provitamin, pantothenol, are shown in Fig.

Vitamin B5

  1. Chemical structure of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).

Reactivity

  1. In the years to follow, this theoretical basis slowly began to be applied to chemical structure, reactivity, and bonding.

Zonisamide

  1. Figure 1 Chemical structure of zonisamide.
  2. Zonisamide has the chemical structure of 1,2-benzisoxazole-3-methanesulfonamide.

Anticonvulsant

  1. Chemically, topiramate is a sulfamate -substituted monosaccharide, related to fructose, a rather unusual chemical structure for an anticonvulsant.

Dna

  1. In molecular biology, the DNA of a gene encodes the chemical structure of a protein.

Genetic Information

  1. Within organisms, genetic information generally is carried in chromosomes, where it is represented in the chemical structure of particular DNA molecules.

Silicate Minerals

  1. Silicate minerals have one atom of silicon and two atoms of oxygen (SiO2) in their (molecular) chemical structure.

Study

  1. Geology is the study of the physical and chemical structure of the Earth, and its history, including studying rocks and minerals.

Different Lengths

  1. The chemical structure of petroleum is composed of hydrocarbon chains of different lengths.

Changing

  1. In fact, all steroid hormones are made from changing the basic chemical structure of cholesterol.

Change

  1. In chemistry, chemical change is a change in which the chemical structure of a substance is changed.

Compounds

  1. These compounds are very similar and differ only by the presence of methyl groups in two positions of the chemical structure.

Hormone

  1. Each hormone due to its chemical structure is recognized by those target cells with receptors compatible with their structure.

Hormones

  1. The hormones of humans, mammals, and other vertebrates are nearly identical in chemical structure and function in the body.

Chemical Formula

  1. Most of these types of hydrocarbons can exist with the same chemical formula in different form or chemical structure.
  2. A polymorph is a mineral with the same chemical formula but different chemical structure.

Organic Compound

  1. The term "alkanol" refers to any organic compound or solvent containing a single --OH group in its chemical structure.

Peptide Bond

  1. Chemical structure of the peptide bond (left) and a peptide bond between leucine and threonine (right).

Chemical Compounds

  1. Chemical structure of methane, the simplest alkane Alkanes are chemical compounds that consists only of the elements carbon (C) and hydrogen (H) (i.

Aniline

  1. The chemical structure of aniline is shown at the right.

Oxcarbazepine

  1. The chemical structure of oxcarbazepine is closely related to that of another anticonvulsant, carbamazepine.

Amino

  1. Chemical structure of glutamine glutamine (glōōˑ·t ·mēn), n an amino acid synthesized within the body from glutamic acid.

Amino Acids

  1. The amino acids differ from each other in the particular chemical structure of their R group.

Molecules

  1. A definition of "matter" that is based upon its physical and chemical structure is: matter is made up of atoms and molecules.
  2. Many amino acids are used to synthesize other molecules, for example: Chemical structure of D-aspartic acid, a common amino acid neurotransmitter.
  3. Free radicals try to steal or give electrons to other molecules, thereby changing their chemical structure.

Molecule

  1. The chemical structure of the molecule was determined by Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin and her team in 1956, based on crystallographic data.

Similar

  1. However, be-cause it has a chemical structure similar to that of amino acids, it is usually considered together with them.
  2. An expert will understand "Garnet” as the denomination for a group of over ten different gemstones with a similar chemical structure.
  3. Oxcarbazepine is a drug with a similar chemical structure to carbamazapine, but with few side effects.

Penicillins

  1. These drugs include the B-lactam antibiotics, which are classified according to chemical structure into penicillins, cephalosporins, and carbapenems.

Categories

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