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BACTEROIDACEAE

Large family of gram-negative bacteria divided in six genera.

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BACTERURIA

Medical condition associated with the presence of the bacteria in the urine.

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BACULOVIRUS

A family of large rod-shaped viruses, divided to two genera: nucleopolyhedroviruses and granuloviruses. They show species-specific tropisms and live inside over 600 different invertebrate species. Their genetic material consists of circular DNA molecule.

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BADDELEYITE

Zirconium oxide mineral, which occurs in different monoclinic prismatic crystal forms.

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BADGER

An implement which removes mortar from a drain after it is layed down.

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BADGER PLANE

Wooden hand plane used for rabbeting whose mouth is shaped obliquely from side to side, allowing work close to its corners.

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BADGER SOFTENER

A brush filled with badger hair.

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BAEYER'S STRAIN THEORY

A theory which explains specific behaviour of chemical compounds associated with bond angle strain. The four valences of carbon are arranged symmetrically by forming the angles of 109

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BAFFLE

A part of the speaker which reduced interaction between acoustic waves produced by the front and back speaker.

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BAFFLE

Device which prevents free movement of the fluids or sound.

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