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Definitions

  1. Naturally, a lot of time was spent talking about frustration, and how much of it the team is feeling.
  2. Naturally is the fifth album by American rock band Three Dog Night, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music).
  3. Naturally, the gifts of food and fruit were packed in boxes, hence the term "Boxing Day".
  4. Naturally, a big part of that will fall to quarterback Derek Anderson, and with Joe Jurevicius out indefinitely, he'll need some help.
  5. Naturally, a lot of the history surrounding the Crusades is misunderstood. (Web site)

Copper

  1. Copper, as native copper, is one of the few metals to occur naturally as an un-compounded mineral.
  2. Electrum is a naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver, with trace amounts of copper and other metals.
  3. Naturally, many people assumed the color was due to copper because copper compounds often have blue and green colors.

Rocks

  1. Pressure naturally increases with depth in the Earth simply from the weight of overlying rocks, but rocks exert both confining and directional pressure.
  2. Minerals are naturally occurring chemical compounds or elements found in the earth's crust and are the building blocks of rocks. (Web site)
  3. Asbestos can be found naturally in soil and rocks in some areas. (Web site)

Concept

  1. Different such constructions are often "naturally related", and this leads to the concept of natural transformation, a way to "map" one functor to another.
  2. The concept of a manifold can be defined naturally in each of the four categories.

Mathematics

  1. In mathematics, a diffeology generalizes the concept of smooth maps, which can be naturally defined for vector spaces. (Web site)

Gland

  1. The synthetic T 4 in LEVOXYL® is identical to that produced naturally by the human thyroid gland.

Result

  1. Antimatter is not found naturally on Earth, except very briefly and in vanishingly small quantities (as the result of radioactive decay or cosmic rays).
  2. Acetone is naturally produced and disposed of in the human body as a result of normal metabolic processes.
  3. As a result, people will naturally avoid buying a product that will force them to forgo the consumption of something else they value more. (Web site)

Dairy Products

  1. Vitamin D: Few foods are naturally high in vitamin D, but dairy products are fortified with vitamin D in the United States.
  2. I naturally called the pharmicist since there was no 'sticker' on the bottle about dairy products, but there was about the antacids.
  3. Tiny quantities occur naturally in dairy products, and the process to derive it starts with whey, a byproduct of cheese-making. (Web site)

Calcium

  1. Folinic acid is one of the forms of folate (bound to calcium) found naturally in foods. (Web site)
  2. Calcium is a mineral that is found naturally in foods. (Web site)
  3. Calcium is found in water naturally from leaching. (Web site)

Cells

  1. DNA polymerase occurs naturally in living organisms, where it functions to duplicate DNA when cells divide.
  2. Peptides and other naturally occurring compounds are, conversely, generally bound by proteins, cells, and organelles.
  3. Some of these cells will naturally find their way to the patient's brain where they will display their correcting potential. (Web site)

Fat

  1. Eat foods that are naturally low in fat such as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. (Web site)
  2. People can fill up on fresh fruit and vegetables because they are good sources of nutrients and the majority are naturally low in fat and calories. (Web site)
  3. Foods made with the whole soybean, such as tofu, may qualify for the claim if they have no fat other than that naturally present in the whole bean. (Web site)

Hydrogen

  1. Some elements that exist naturally as atomic gases are Hydrogen and the noble gases, Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton and Xenon. (Web site)
  2. Hydrogen has one proton, helium has two, and uranium has 92, the most in any atom known to occur naturally. (Web site)
  3. The most common naturally occurring isotope of hydrogen, known as protium, has a single proton and no neutron s.

Atmosphere

  1. Some greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide occur naturally and are emitted to the atmosphere through natural processes and human activities. (Web site)
  2. Some greenhouse gases occur naturally in the atmosphere, while others result from human activities. (Web site)
  3. Before we begin this discussion, take note that 1 atmosphere is the pressure that air is at naturally (uncontained) at sea level.

Naturally Caffeine-Free

  1. Herbal tea is not derived from the Camellia sinensis plant; it typically consists of a blend of herbs, fruits and spices, which are naturally caffeine-free.
  2. Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free and has less than half the tannins of regular tea so the flavor is mellow and rich without the sharp or bitter notes.
  3. HONEYBUSH- Honeybush is naturally CAFFEINE-FREE. This herbal red tea from South Africa, and is naturally sweet and mellow, like a mild honey.

Green Tea

  1. Rooibus (South African Red Bush tea): antidepressant, 30 times more antioxidants than green tea, plus vitamins, minerals, proteins, naturally caffeine-free.
  2. About This Blend: Most people know that Green tea is naturally rich in antioxidants. (Web site)
  3. Theanine, an amino acid derivative found naturally in green tea (Camellia sinensis), is also recognized to have calming properties. (Web site)

Animals

  1. Most vitamins cannot be synthesized by the body, but are found naturally in foods obtained from plants and animals. (Web site)
  2. Once upon a time, small farms used the manure generated by their animals to naturally fertilize their crops.
  3. A: Cholesterol is a waxy substance that occurs naturally in the tissues of all animals.

Way

  1. Some people, like the social ecologists, will naturally try to focus on remedying the way in which injustice amongst humans leads to ecological breakdown.
  2. This then grows into a fully-formed, live tooth in the same way that teeth develop naturally.
  3. AFAIK, there is no easier way at present; over time, of course, this will happen naturally, as the pages are edited.

Lot

  1. They tried a lot with this game, so naturally when you mix genres together to make a new type of experience, some elements suffer. (Web site)
  2. The construction stirs up a lot of dust, and there's naturally occurring asbestos in the rock below. (Web site)

Fungi

  1. The carotenoids are pigmented molecules found naturally in plants, and some types of fungi, including S. scutellata.
  2. The soil was therefore naturally infested with Pythium spores but not inoculum of the fungi responsible for take-all or Rhizoctonia root rot. (Web site)
  3. The heartwood of a few species is naturally resistant to these fungi. (Web site)

Yeast

  1. Yeast: Unicellular microorganisms which occur naturally in the air, especially in areas where fruits are grown.
  2. Candida albicans is dimorphic in nature, existing as a yeast and fungus, and is naturally present within the intestinal tract.

Meat

  1. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid naturally contained in most proteins, including meat, poultry, dairy products, eggs, nuts and legumes.
  2. L-tryptophan is a naturally occurring amino acid found in milk, meat and eggs. (Web site)
  3. Meat and poultry are naturally high in taurine, so Natura foods contain high levels of this important nutrient.

Humans

  1. Squalene is a naturally occurring substance found in plants, animals, and humans.
  2. Horse gaits are the various ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of specialized training by humans.
  3. River dolphins are in danger of extinction due to habitat loss, hunting by humans, and naturally low numbers.

Environment

  1. Bacteria are naturally present in the environment and on and in humans and animals. (Web site)
  2. Methanol is produced naturally in the anaerobic metabolism of many varieties of bacteria, and is ubiquitous in the environment. (Web site)
  3. The Legionella bacteria are found naturally in the environment, usually in water.

Small Amounts

  1. Small amounts of fluorine are naturally present in water, air, plants and animals.
  2. However, even wines that have not had sulfites added by the wine maker may contain small amounts produced naturally during fermentation.
  3. Some trans fat is found naturally in small amounts in various meat and dairy products. (Web site)

Water Sources

  1. Fluoride is present naturally in all water sources.

Sadie

  1. This is the last first-run episode of Naturally, Sadie to air on Disney Channel.
  2. Naturally, Sadie and Sister, Sister were removed from the Disney Channel lineup in 2007, while other shows experienced time slot changes.

Naturally Occurring Amino

  1. Tryptophan: An essential, naturally occurring amino acid, existing in proteins and essential for human metabolism. (Web site)
  2. Beta-alanine is a naturally occurring amino acid not found in proteins. (Web site)
  3. In the present context, the term "naturally occurring amino acid" is intended to mean the 20 naturally occurring amino acids.

Human Breast Milk

  1. A limited amount of GLA is found naturally in human breast milk, cold-water fish, and organ meats, such as liver.
  2. Choline is a naturally occurring amino acid found in egg yolks, milk, nuts, liver and other meats as well as in human breast milk. (Web site)

Ununquadium

  1. Ununquadium does not occur naturally on the earth, so it is entirely synthesized in laboratories. (Web site)

Decay

  1. Fluoride, found naturally in green tea, strengthens bones and prevents dental decay.
  2. Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that can promote remineralization of enamel, which works to strengthen teeth and protect them from decay.
  3. Fluoride, a naturally occurring substance, can strengthen tooth enamel, making it more resistant to decay. (Web site)

Proteins

  1. Twenty of the naturally occurring amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, which they form by being connected to each other in chains. (Web site)
  2. Papain and bromelain serve to aid in the digestion of proteins in naturally concentrated foods such as yeast.
  3. This amino acid, a building block of proteins, occurs naturally in your blood.

Abundant

  1. Middlesbrough is, naturally, not abundant in ancient buildings, and the townscape is largely workaday.
  2. BETA-CAROTENE: Precursor of Vitamin A occurring naturally in plants, especially abundant in carrots, papaya and algae. (Web site)
  3. It is by far the most abundant of the two naturally occurring isotopes of helium, making up about 99.99986% of the helium on earth. (Web site)

Nitrous Oxide

  1. Many greenhouse gases occur naturally in the atmosphere, such as carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, and nitrous oxide, while others are synthetic. (Web site)
  2. Naturally occurring greenhouse gases include water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. (Web site)
  3. Nitrous oxide is also produced naturally from a wide variety of biological sources in soil and water, particularly microbial action in wet tropical forests.

Supercharged

  1. Now on a supercharged, nitrous oxide injected or turbocharged engine, your cylinder pressures are much higher than a naturally aspirated engine. (Web site)
  2. Better thermal efficiency over both naturally aspirated and supercharged engine when under full load (i.e. (Web site)

Important Trading Centre

  1. Tippu Sultan named the town “Sultan Pattanam”. It is one of the important ports of Kerala and naturally, an important trading centre.

Cholesterol

  1. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that occurs naturally in the body. (Web site)
  2. Cholesterol - An oily substance that occurs naturally in the body, in animal fats and in dairy products, and that is transported in the blood. (Web site)
  3. Cholesterol is naturally present in cell walls or membranes everywhere in the body, including the brain, nerves, muscles, skin, liver, intestines, and heart. (Web site)

Trans Fats

  1. Eighty percent of trans fats come from processed foods; the other 20% occur naturally in meat and dairy products. (Web site)
  2. It's not clear if trans fats that occur naturally have the same effect on cholesterol and heart disease as those produced by hydrogenation of vegetable oils. (Web site)
  3. He said that otherwise, the image of products in which trans fats occur naturally, such as milk, cheese and the meat from ruminants, could be damaged. (Web site)

Process

  1. Fermentation in the context of tea production is similar to the process that occurs naturally when fruits discolour (ie a pear turns brown). (Web site)
  2. Free radicals are unstable, harmful substances that are a product of oxidation, a process that occurs naturally in the body.
  3. Carbon-14 and nitrogen-16, however, do not occur naturally and both of these nuclides undergo radioactive decay by the same process. (Web site)

Aluminium Oxide

  1. Aluminium oxide, alumina, is found naturally as corundum (rubies and sapphires), emery, and is used in glass making.

Stable

  1. Elements are composed of one or more naturally occurring isotopes, which are normally stable.
  2. Only 256 of these naturally occurring isotopes are stable in the sense of never having been observed to decay as of the present time. (Web site)
  3. Of these naturally occurring isotopes, five are stable, with atomic masses from 94 to 98. (Web site)

Stable Isotope

  1. Francium is the least stable of the naturally occurring elements: its most stable isotope, francium-223, has a maximum half-life of only 22 minutes. (Web site)
  2. Gold has only one stable isotope, 197 Au, which is also its only naturally occurring isotope.

Decaying Organic Matter

  1. Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, highly flammable and explosive gas produced naturally by decaying organic matter and by certain industrial processes.
  2. Naturally found in soils, decaying organic matter, and plant debris.

Uranium

  1. Plutonium is not found naturally (except in minute traces) and is always made from Uranium. (Web site)
  2. Francium occurs naturally as a decay product in uranium and thorium ores. (Web site)
  3. Only thorium and uranium occur naturally in the earth's crust in anything more than trace quantities. (Web site)

Uranium Minerals

  1. Francium is extremely rare; its most stable isotope (half-life about 22 minutes) occurs naturally, to a very limited extent, in uranium minerals.

Radioisotopes

  1. It oxidizes readily about 933K. There are two naturally occurring isotopes of vanadium, and 5 radioisotopes, V-49 having the longest half-life at 337 days.

Isotopes

  1. Isotopes of all elements heavier than bismuth are radioactive; some occur naturally because they have long half-lives. (Web site)
  2. Students know some naturally occurring isotopes of elements are radioactive, as are isotopes formed in nuclear reactions. (Web site)
  3. All naturally occurring elements with atomic numbers greater than 83, as well as some isotopes of lighter elements, are radioactive.

Time

  1. During this time the engine pistons 22a-22f are drawing in naturally aspirated air through the compressor 2. (Web site)
  2. Communications will naturally only be possible when it is visible, and dependent upon the orbit it may only be visible for a short period of time. (Web site)
  3. Both Naturally, Sadie and Life with Derek aired on Disney Channel around the same time and Naturally, Sadie had the better rating until recently.

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