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it was discovered in 1894 by Lord Rayleigh and William Ramsay argon
One of functions is remodeling of oligosaccharides, other functions include synthesis of lipids like sphingomyelin and addition of sulfate groups to tyrosine; uses clathrin-coated vesicles to send certain proteins to lysosomes; has cisternae Golgi apparatus
is Beta star to Orion ; part of the spectral class B8 ; means "left foot" in Arabic and is a blue-white supergiant Rigel
Discovered by Frank and Tamm and predicted by its namesake; identify this effect where a blue light is emitted from a particle when it passes into a medium at a speed greater than the speed of light in that medium Cherenkov radiation
these smalls stalks that connect leaves to stems contain collenchyma petioles
is a linear chain of beta-D-glucopyranosyl units cellulose
is the simplest alkane methane
simplest carboxylic acid; can also be called methanoic acid; has formula COOH formic acid
simplest nitrile, it has formula CH3CN methyl cyanide or acetonitrile
simplest fused ring compound; has two benzenes joined together napthalene
This theory, which uses a generalization of a scalar or vector to an arbitrary number of indices, was developed by Levi-Civita and Ricci but its first practical application was in Einstein’s general theory of relativity. tensor calculus
known as ephiysis; is sometimes known as the "third eye" due to its role in amphibians ; regulates the circadian rhythm pineal gland
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