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Redondoviridae

Redondoviruses are a family of human DNA viruses. Their name derives from the inferred circular structure of the viral genome. Redondoviruses have been identified in DNA sequence based surveys of samples from humans, primarily samples from the or ...

Smacoviridae

Smacoviridae is a family of single stranded DNA viruses. The genomes of this family are small. The genomes are circular single-stranded DNA and encode rolling-circle replication initiation proteins and unique capsid proteins. Six genera are curre ...

Negevirus

Negevirus is a taxon of non segmented, positive sense single stranded RNA viruses that have been isolated from mosquitoes and phlebotomine sand flies in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. With the electron microscope the viruses appear to be ...

JCB

JCB may refer to: University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics, a research center JCB Prize, a literary award sponsored by the company JCB Journal of Cell Biology, a weekly biology journal published by the Rockefeller University Press JCB com ...

Nauplius

Nauplius mythology, in Greek mythology, the son of Poseidon and Amymone, the father of Palamedes, and also the name of an Argonaut Nauplia, a harbor town in Greece

Eupraxie Gurjanova

Eupraxie Fedorovna Gurjanova was a Soviet hydrobiologist, carcinologist and zoogeographer, specialist in the systematics of isopod crustaceans and amphipods, doctor of biological sciences.

Nocturnal (disambiguation)

Nocturnality describes sleeping during the daytime and being active at night. Nocturnal may also refer to: Night owl person, a person who tends to stay up until late at night

Going Viral

Going Viral, Goes Viral, Go Viral, Gone Viral, or variant, may refer to: Going Viral 2013 book by Karine Nahon Going Viral dance a performance dance created by Nathan Andary and Jane Wang Going Viral 2019 documentary, company documentary to the 2 ...

C. maritima

C. maritima may refer to: Crambe maritima, the sea kale, a halophytic perennial plant that grows wild along the coasts of Europe Coreopsis maritima, the sea dahlia or beach coreopsis, a plant species Cicindela maritima, a ground beetle species na ...

Hothead

Hothead may refer to: "Hothead" Smallville episode, a 2001 television episode Hot Head novel, a 1992 science fiction novel by Simon Ings HOTHEAD gene, a gene in Arabidopsis thaliana that encodes a flavin adenine dinucleotide-containing oxidoreduc ...

Flora of the Philippines

The flora of the Philippines includes several species of plants and plant-like organisms. At the very least, one-third of the more than 9.250 vascular plant species native to the country are endemic. There are, however, no plant families endemic ...

Valve (disambiguation)

Poppet valve, a valve consisting of a hole and a tapered plug on the end of a shaft, typically used in instruments, engines, etc. Vein valve, valves in veins and other fluid cords in body Mercury-arc valve, a type of electrical rectifier tube Vac ...

Portmanteau (disambiguation)

A portmanteau is a word or morpheme whose form and meaning are derived from a blending of two or more distinct forms, e.g., smog from smoke and fog. Portmanteau may also refer to: Portmanteau test, in statistics, a test applied to autocorrelation ...

Pinkwashing

Pinkwashing is a portmanteau word which combines "pink" and "whitewashing". The term is most often used to describe various forms of cause marketing. Pinkwashing may refer to: Pinkwashing breast cancer, the promotion of consumer goods and service ...

Yippie (disambiguation)

Yippie usually refers to members of the Youth International Party, a radical counter-culture group founded in 1968. Yippie may also refer to: Yippie lifestyle, a portmanteau of the terms "Yuppie" and "Hippie" used to describe a socially/environme ...

Voiceless bilabially post-trilled dental stop

The voiceless bilabially post-trilled dental stop is a very rare consonantal sound used in no more than five spoken languages, four of which are in South America, and the fifth, Sangtam is in Northeast India. The symbol in the International Phone ...

Pointing (disambiguation)

Pointing may refer to: Ostensive definition Pointing, the hand gesture In dated language, punctuation The process of distinguishing consonants with points, called dagesh in Hebrew and ijam in Arabic Pointing, the external part of the mortar betwe ...

Thai typography

Thai typography concerns the representation of the Thai script in print and on displays, and dates to the earliest printed Thai text in 1819. The printing press was introduced by Western missionaries during the mid-nineteenth century, and the pri ...

0x88

The 0x88 chess board representation is a square-centric method of representing the chess board used by some chess programs. The number 0x88 is a hexadecimal integer. The rank and file positions are each represented by a nibble, and the bit gaps s ...

Fujitsu A64FX

The A64FX is an ARM architecture microprocessor designed by Fujitsu, that uses the Armv8.2-A SVE 512bit instruction set. The reported transistor count is 8.7 billion, manufactured on TSMC. The processor is replacing the SPARC64 V as Fujitsus proc ...

Vectrix (computer company)

Vectrix was a manufacturer of high-resolution color computer graphics products. Formed in 1980 by Richard Katz, the companys first products were the VX family of graphics terminals, followed by the Pepe graphics cards for the IBM XT and AT. In th ...

Darmstadt Electronic Computing Machine (DERA)

The Darmstadt Electronic Computing Machine, was an experimental, room-sized electronic computer calculator with vacuum tube built in 1951. It was built at the Technische Universitat Darmstadt under the direction of Alwin Walther. The first operat ...

Ternary

Ternary numeral system, a base-3 counting system Balanced ternary, a positional numeral system, useful for comparison logic Ternary relation, a finitary relation in which the number of places in the relation is three Ternary plot or ternary graph ...

Tertiary (disambiguation)

Tertiary is an adjective meaning "third" or "third hand". It may refer to: Tertiary source, a summary of primary and secondary sources Ternary operation, in computer science a ternary operator sometimes incorrectly referred to as a tertiary opera ...

PTR

PTR can refer to: Pool Test Reactor, Canada Particle Transfer Roller, for cleaning motion picture film Photothermal Ratio, light/temperature ratio for a plant Proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry, used in chemical analysis Planar ternary ri ...

ICBS

ICBS may mean: Imperial College Business School, a constituent faculty of Imperial College London Interoperable Communications Based Signaling, an initiative by railway systems International Committee of the Blue Shield ICBS, founded in 1996. In ...

Workato

Workato is a cloud-based enterprise automation and integration platform company headquartered in Mountain View, California. Workato is considered an integration platform as a service which connects its clients enterprise software applications acr ...

GoormIDE

goormIDE is an Online IDE, developed by Goorm. goormIDE enables users to code, edit, and share development projects in containers from a web browser. It supports most programming languages and modern frameworks, including C, C++, PHP, Ruby, Perl, ...

Lenovo Legion

Lenovo Legion is sub-brand of gaming-oriented personal computers, computer monitors and accessories developed and sold by Lenovo. The brand was first introduced at CES 2017 with Legion Y720 and Legion Y520 laptops.

P100

Term P100 may refer to: Ford P100, a car-based Pickup truck Tesla Model X P100, all-electric cross-over SUV XUV/CUV Listeria phage P100, A bacteria phage targeting Listeria monocytogenes Tesla P100, a Nvidia Tesla GPU Accelerator based off the Pa ...

V100

V100 may refer to: DR Class V 100, an East German class of diesel locomotive WKKV-FM, a radio station in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area DB Class V 100, a West German class of diesel locomotive SMS V100, a 97 class 1914–15 World War I era German na ...

RFO

RFO may refer to: Forest Range Officer, similar title in India RF Online, a multiplayer online role-playing computer game Reseau France Outre-mer, a network of radio and television stations operating in French overseas departments and territories ...

EIEIO

EIEIO may refer to: Computer bought the farm, an error message with symbol EIEIO, from the GNU Hurd operating system Enforce In-Order Execution of I/O, a machine instruction used on the PowerPC computer processor The refrain to the childrens song ...

Wrapper

Wrapper generally refers to a type of packaging, such as a flat sheet made out of paper, cloth, cellophane or plastic to enclose an object. Wrapper may also refer to: Newspaper wrapper Wrapper philately, postal stationery which pays the delivery ...

OOS

Out Of Scope, project management Otdel Opytnogo Samolyetostroeniya Russian - a section for experimental aircraft construction and maker of the OOS Aviatourist Out of Office Soon Object-oriented scanning, a measurement method Occupational overuse ...

Windows (disambiguation)

Microsoft Windows is an operating system developed by Microsoft. Windows is the plural of window, an opening in an opaque surface through which light can pass. Windows may also refer to:

R/dataisbeautiful

r/dataisbeautiful, also known as Data is Beautiful, is a subreddit dedicated to aesthetically pleasing works of data visualization. It was created in 2012; as of January 2020, it had over 14 million members.

Vulkan (disambiguation)

SMS Vulkan, a German U-boat salvage tug R-25 Vulkan, a Yugoslav surface-to-air missile project AG Vulcan Stettin and Vulcan-Werke Hamburg und Stettin, a former shipbuilding and locomotive building company in eastern Germany Bremer Vulkan, a forme ...

One Night Standards

One Night Standards is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Ashley McBryde. The song was released on September 23, 2019, and served as the lead-off single to her second studio album, Never Will, released via Warner Bros ...

Lair of the Clockwork God

Lair of the Clockwork God is a platforming and point-and-click game developed and published by Size Five Games for Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is the third game in the Ben and Dan Series.

David S. Ebert

David S. Ebert is a computer scientist, holding the position of Silicon Valley Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Purdue University. His research focuses on computer graphics and visualization. Currently, he is the dir ...

Carsen Stringer

Carsen Stringer is an American computational neuroscientist and Group Leader at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Research Campus. Stringer uses machine learning and deep neural networks to visualize large scale neural recordings and th ...

Cyclophellitol

Cyclophellitol is a potent irreversible inhibitor of beta-glucosidases. It is a cyclitol mimic of beta-glucose with an epoxide group in place of the acetal group found in glucosides. When recognized, cyclophellitol undergoes an acid-catalyzed rin ...

ZingSoft

ZingSoft Inc. is an American corporation focused on data visualization. The company is based out of San Diego and the idea was established in the early 2000s. The company has made several internal products that led to the development of their own ...

Relationship

Relationship most often refers to: Interpersonal relationship, a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people Correlation and dependence, relationships in mathematics and statistics between two variables or sets o ...

Peter P. Chen Award

Peter P. Chen Award is an annually presented award to honor one individual for their contributions to the field of conceptual modeling. Named after the computer scientist Peter Chen, the award was started in 2008 by the publisher Elsevier as a me ...

LDM

LTSP Display Manager, an X display manager for Linux Terminal Server Project Logical Disk Manager Local Data Manager Logical data model, a representation of an organizations data, organized in terms of entities and relationships

Copula

Copula may refer to: Indo-European copula, this word in the Indo-European languages Copula linguistics, a word used to link subject and predicate Romance copula, this word in Romance languages Copula probability theory, a function linking margina ...

Cocoa

Hot chocolate, also called hot cocoa Theobroma cacao, the cocoa tree Cocoa solids or cocoa powder Cocoa Mountain, a gourmet chocolate enterprise in Durness in the North West Highlands of Scotland Cocoa butter, a pale yellow, edible fat extracted ...

Hosting

Hosting may refer to: Software as a service, model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted Internet hosting service, including Reseller web hosting, web hosting by an account owner to host websites on behalf ...