Type of chromosomes seen in the wild populations of many animal, plant, and fungi. They are not essential for the life of a species. Most of them are entirely heterochromatic.
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A class of insulating materials which can withstand temperatures of up to 130 C.
Radar output data represented in a rectangular coordination system with range and azimuth plotted on the coordinate axes.
A group of Fraunhofer lines which can be observed in the green part of the solar spectrum due to magnesium.
A partially cured state of a thermosetting polymer, creating softer consistency upon heating, and resistance to solubility in some organic solvents.
A signal component in color televisions, that when produced collectively with a Y signal, yields a primary blue.
1. Toxic substance produced by bacteria. 2. Toxin that kills bacteria.
Molecules from the blood which makes bacterial cell more susceptible to phagocytosis.
1. Structurally modified bacteria (rod shaped or branched forms) in the root of nitrogen-fixing plants. 2. Microorgnisms which resemble bacteria morphologically or by their action.