adduct

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Englisch - Englisch
To draw towards a common center or a middle line
The product of an addition reaction
draw a limb towards the body; "adduct the thigh muscle"
To bring together, approximate
Movement of an extremity toward the midline of the body An adductor muscle achieves this action
Physiology To draw inward toward the median axis of the body or toward an adjacent part or limb
Movement of an extremeity toward the midline of the body This action is achieved by an adductor muscle
To move extremity toward the body
a compound formed by an addition reaction
— To move toward the body
- Movement of an extremity toward the midline of the body This action is achieved by an adductor muscle
A compound produced by the mixing of two or more chemicals
{f} draw close; bring towards the body's central axis (Physiology)
a compound formed by an addition reaction draw a limb towards the body; "adduct the thigh muscle
adduction
The action by which the parts of the body are drawn towards its axis; -- opposed to abduction
adductive
Adducing, or bringing towards or to something
dna adduct
(Tıp, İlaç) A DNA adduct is an abnormal piece of DNA covalently-bonded to a cancer-causing chemical. This has shown to be the start of a cancerous cell, or carcinogenesis. DNA adducts in scientific experiments are used as bio-markers and as such are themselves measured to reflect quantitatively, for comparison, the amount of cancer in the subject, i.e. rats or other living animals. Under experimental conditions for study, such DNA adducts are induced by known carcinogens, of which commonly used is DMBA, chemically structured and named as 7,12-Dimethyl-benz[a] Anthracene . For example, a scientific journal that writes "DMBA - DNA adduct" is referring to a piece of DNA that has the chemical DMBA attached to it. The presence of such adduct indicates the presence of cancer in the subject animal
Adduction
away from the body
Adduction
The movement of a body part toward the midline
Adduction
The movement of a limb toward the median, or midline, of the body
Adduction
a movement to or toward the mid-line of the body
Adduction
Movement of a limb toward middle of body, such as bringing arms to side from extended position at shoulder
Adduction
Moving a limb or any other part toward the midline of the body Adduction is the opposite of abduction (e g the "down" phase of a jumping jack involves the adduction of the legs and the arms, or bringing fingers and toes together)
Adduction
The inward movement of a limb towards the body
Adduction
Moving a limb toward the body
Adduction
Movement toward the mid-line of body I e Horizontal Flys
Adduction
Movement of a body part toward the body
Adduction
movement toward the central line of the body
Adduction
(physiology) moving of a body part toward the central axis of the body
Adduction
A muscle that moves a limb or body part closer to the middle of the body
Adduction
to move toward the midline
Adduction
Moving or pulling an arm or leg toward the median line in the body
Adductive
especially of muscles; bringing together or drawing toward the midline of the body or toward an adjacent part
adducted
past of adduct
adduction
The act of adducing or bringing forward
adduction
The action by which the parts of the body are drawn towards its axis]; opposed to abduction
adduction
The action by which the parts of the body are drawn towards its axis; -- opposed to abduction. Dunglison
adduction
{i} action of drawing near; action of pulling towards the body's central axis (Physiology)
adductive
{s} (Physiology) adducent, pulling towards an axis (especially of muscles)
adducts
third-person singular of adduct
adduct
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