chimera

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A mythical monster represented as vomiting flames, and as having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a dragon
A vain, foolish, or incongruous fancy, or creature of the imagination; as, the chimera of an author
Chimera, or any fabulous creature with parts from different animals
(usually chimaera) A cartilaginous marine fish in the subclass Holocephali and especially the order Chimaeriformes, with a blunt snout, long tail, and a spine before the first dorsal fin
An organism with genetically distinct cells originating from two zygotes
A gargoyle that does not work as a waterspout
{i} mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head and a snake's tail; imaginary monster made up of inappropriate parts; delusion, wild illusion; person or organ comprised of tissues of different genetic constitution
{n} a wild or odd fancy, a feigned monster
A WWW client for Unix-based computing systems Client a software program that interacts with server computers to access information on that server
A monster of Greek invention with the head and body of a lion and the tail of a serpent A second head, that of a goat, grows out of one side of the body
genetically distinct tissues growing adjacent to one another; from Greek mythology - a fire breathing monster with a lion's head, goat's body and serpent's tail
A chimera is an unrealistic idea that you have about something or a hope that you have that is unlikely to be fulfilled. Religious unity remained as much a chimera as ever
An organism that contains cells or tissues with a different genotype These can be mutated cells of the host organism or cells from a different organism or species
A Virtual Data System for Representing, Querying, and Automating Data Derivation Project is part of GriPhyN
a creature from greek mythology that is said to have the head of a lion, the body of a goat and the tail of a dragon Often times it has multiple heads
A terrible monster, thought to have been wiped out shortly after the Mage Wars Chimeras are horrible monsters that attack and kill anything that moves, and have the ability to neutralize all elemental magic Chimeras are the mortal enemy of dragons
1 An animal formed from two different animals, that is from two different embryonic sources See also mosaic 2 A clone containing genomic DNA from nonadjacent genomic segments or cDNA from two different mRNAs (see cloning artifact)
In Greek mythology, a chimera is a creature with the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a snake. In Greek mythology, a fire-breathing female monster. Its foreparts resembled a lion, its middle a goat, and its hindquarters a dragon. It devastated the land around Caria and Lycia until it was killed by Bellerophon. The word is now often used to denote a fantasy or a figment of the imagination. or chimaera Any of the 28 species of ancient fishes constituting the subclass Holocephali (class Chondrichthyes), found in temperate to cold waters of all oceans. Like sharks and rays, chimeras have a skeleton of cartilage rather than bone, and the males possess external reproductive organs (claspers). They have a single external gill opening, covered by a flap as in the bony fishes, on each side of the body. Males have a supplemental clasping organ that is unique among fishes. Chimeras have large pectoral and pelvic fins and two dorsal fins, the first preceded by a sharp spine. They range in length from 24 to 80 in. (60 to 200 cm) and in colour from silvery to blackish. They inhabit rivers, estuaries, coastal waters, and open ocean to depths of 8,000 ft (2,500 m) or more. They eat small fishes and invertebrates
1 An animal formed from two different animals, that is from two different embryonic sources In mouse genetics, targeted mutations produced in embryonic stem cells are recovered by breeding chimeric mice resulting from the mixture of ES cells with a genetically-distinct blastocyst 2 A clone containing genomic DNA from nonadjacent genomic segments or cDNA from two different mRNAs (see Cloning Artifact)
Imaginary beast or animal composed by putting different animals' parts together Most well known examples are the Sphinx and the Griffin
A monster represented as vomiting flames, and as having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a dragon
a grotesque product of the imagination
An animal made up of more than one different species
[art] An unnatural combination of animal forms to produce a single design, as a lion with wings, etc
An individual containing cells of two or more different tissues
An individual mouse, or other mammal, that is derived from the fusion of two or more preimplantation embryos or an embryo and ES cells (see Chapter 6) See Chimera in the MGI Glossary
An artificially joined sequence, created when two or more DNA are ligated together, typically in the cloning process These sequences confuse conventional EST clustering tools by grouping all sequences similar to the ligated pieces of the chimera producing the "large cluster problem", which cause difficulties for sequence assembly tools
(Greek mythology) fire-breathing she-monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail; daughter of Typhon
a grotesque product of the imagination (Greek mythology) fire-breathing she-monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail; daughter of Typhon
– an individual containing cells of two or more different tissues
An organism combining tissues derived from two or more genotypes
Originally a fabled and frightening monster whose features resembled the corresponding parts of many different animals Hence, an absurd or fantastic creature of the imagination; a frightful fancy; a visionary or impracticable idea
Chimaera
: Fantastical monster in Lycea with the head of a lion, goat and serpent which vomited fire. Killed by the hero Bellerophon
Chimaera
Fantastical monster in Lycea with the head of a lion, goat and serpent which vomited fire. Killed by the hero Bellerophon
chimaera
{i} mythological monster with a goat's body and a lion's head and a snake's tail; imaginary monster made up of inappropriate parts; delusion, wild illusion; person or organ comprised of tissues of different genetic constitution; type of deep-sea fish (having a cartilage skeleton, tapering body with smooth skin and tail resembling a whip)
chimaera
Alternative spelling of chimera
chimaera
a grotesque product of the imagination
chimaera
smooth-skinned deep-sea fish with a tapering body and long threadlike tail
chimaera
another spelling of chimera (chimaira )
chimaera
(Greek mythology) fire-breathing she-monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail; daughter of Typhon
chimaeras
plural of chimaera
chimeras
plural of chimera
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