helix

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Englisch - Türkisch
sarmal eğri
helis
helezon
(Matematik) burgu eğrisi
salyangoz
sümüklüböcek
spiral
{s} spiral
helix pomatica
bağ salyangozu
helix angle
(Mühendislik) helis acısı
helix angle
helezon acısı, helis acısı
helix angle
helezon açısı
conic helix
konik helezon
cylindrical helix
silindirik helezon
double helix
ikiz heliks : aksi yönlerde dönen spiral yapı (DNA moleküllerinde olduğu şekilde)
helices
helezon
lenf handed helix
(Biyokimya,Denizbilim) sol sarmal
spiral
spirallyhelezoni olarak
spiral
{f} döne döne gitmek/hareket etmek
spiral
(Askeri) SPİRAL: Bir uçağın irtifa kaybetmek için, geniş bir helezon çizerek yaptığı manevra
Englisch - Englisch
A small volute under the abacus of a Corinthian capital
A genus of land snail containing many species
A curve on the surface of a cylinder or cone such that its angle to a plane perpendicular to the axis is constant; the three-dimensional curve seen in a screw or a spiral staircase
The incurved rim of the external ear
{n} a shell fish always floating on the water, a spiral line
A spiral, like the thread on a screw or a coil spring in a suspension system
The in-curve rim of the external ear
A caulicule or little volute under the abacus of the Corinthian capital
type genus of the family Helicidae a curve that lies on the surface of a cylinder or cone and cuts the element at a constant angle
A genus of land snails, including a large number of species
A nonplane curve whose tangents are all equally inclined to a given plane
A turn on a roller coaster course that forms a radius of more than 360-degrees
the spiral form (open or closed) of a compression, extension, and torsion springs
{i} spiral, coil; object shaped like a spiral
a shape in the form of a transverse wave
It is distinguished from the spiral, all the convolutions of which are in the plane
a series of units with the same number of bases in each unit
A spiral section of track through which the train either ascends or descends
A helix is a spiral shape or form. helices a line that curves and rises around a central line = spiral double helix
type genus of the family Helicidae
The common helix is the curve formed by the thread of the ordinary screw
a structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops; "a coil of rope"
A part of track that circles around itself, either moving up or down These elements can create some very high positive G's
external outter ear
of Ear
An upward spiraling movement similar to a corkscrew
a shape formed by spiraling a wire or other reinforcement around the cylindrical body of a hose; typically used in suction hose
a curve that lies on the surface of a cylinder or cone and cuts the element at a constant angle
Higher Education Library for Image eXchange http: //www helix dmu ac uk/
The molecular conformation of a spiral nature, generated by regularly repeating rotations around the backbone bonds of a macromolecule Pure and Appl chem, 1989, 61, 769 IUPAC Macromolecular Nomenclature for Crystalline polymers
= A coiled structure If you take a string and coil it around your finger, with no overlaping, you will have a helix A spring is also a helix See Double-Helix Herbal phen-fen = A combination of St Johns Wort and Ma Huang (ephedra) Sold by Nutri/System There are no studies to show this works
A continuous turn that maintains a constant radius over more than 360 degrees, typically 540 degrees or more Ascending helices climb upward while descending helices roll downward
A spiral structure in a macromolecule that contains a repeating pattern
The spiral form (open or closed) of compression, extension, and torsion springs
(n) A 3-D curve characterized by a constant rate of curvature about two dimensions and a constant linear translation in the third Threads on screws and bolts are helical and are classified as being either right- or left-handed
A spiral winding
The incurved margin or rim of the external ear
Shell style with a free field design allowing for maximum venting of the ear canal
spiral
helix angle
(İmalat) The constant angle at which a helix cuts the elements of a cylinder or cone
helix hortensis
a kind of garden snail
alpha helix
A secondary structure found in many proteins, where the amino acids are arranged in a coil, or helix, with almost no free space on the inside and all side chains being pointed towards the outside
double helix
A metonym for DNA
A helix
spiral
double helix
a pair of parallel helices intertwined about a common axis; "the structure of the DNA molecule is a double helix"
double helix
Two helical-shaped DNA strands wrapped around each other
double helix
The spiraling lattice of double-stranded DNA that contains the genetic information pertinent to the organism The sides of the lattice - its spine - are composed of sugar and phosphate molecules The crosspieces, or rungs, are made up of base pairs, also known as nucleotides
double helix
spiral arrangement of two intertwining DNA molecules held tightly by hydrogen bonding between side chain bases
double helix
A type of secondary structure of DNA molecules in which two antiparallel polynucleotide strands are coiled in a right-handed manner about the same axis
double helix
The spiraling lattice of double-stranded DNA that contains the genetic information pertinent to the organism The sides of the lattice -- its spine -- are composed of sugar and phosphate molecules The crosspieces, or rungs, are made up of base pairs, also known as nucleotides
double helix
The physical structure of DNA, consisting of two parallel strands of DNA coiled helically
double helix
A term often used to describe the configuration of the DNA molecule The helix consists of two spiralling strands of nucleotides (a sugar, phosphate, and base), joined crosswise by specific pairing of the bases
double helix
The natural coiled conformation of two complementary, antiparallel DNA chains This structure was first put forward by Watson and Crick in 1953
double helix
The structural arrangement of DNA, which looks something like a long ladder twisted into a helix, or coil
double helix
A term often used to describe the configuration of the DNA molecule The helix consists of two spiraling strands of nucleotides (a sugar, phosphate, and base), joined crosswise by specific pairing of the bases See also Deoxyribonucleic acid; Base; Base pair
double helix
the natural form of DNA, refering to its two complementary neucleotide strands which wind into a spiral shape due to hydrogen bonds
double helix
a pair of parallel helices intertwined about a common axis; "the structure of the DNA molecule is a double helix
double helix
Describes the coiling of the antiparallel strands of the DNA molecule, resembling a spiral staircase in which the paired bases form the steps and the sugar-phosphate backbones form the rails
double helix
The three-dimensional structure of DNA, in which two strands are coiled in a helix (spiral shape)
double helix
The structural arrangement of DNA, which looks something like an immensely long ladder twisted into a helix, or coil  The sides of the "ladder" are formed by a backbone of sugar and phosphate molecules, and the "rungs" consist of nucleotide bases joined weakly in the middle by hydrogen bonds
double helix
The twisted-ladder shape that two linear strands of DNA assume when complementary nucleotides on opposing strands bond together Source : Human Genome Project Information
double helix
A term used to describe the configuration of a DNA molecule The helix consists of two spiraling strands of nucleotides held together with chemical bonds
double helix
The spiraling lattice that two individual strands of DNA assume when bonded together by base pairing The sides of the lattice -- its spine -- are composed of sugar and phosphate molecules The crosspieces, or rungs, are made up of base pairs, also known as nucleotides
double helix
The shape that two linear strands of DNA assume when bonded together Return to alphabet
double helix
The twisted-ladder shape that two linear strands of DNA assume when complementary nucleotides on opposing strands bond together
double helix
The shape that two linear strands of DNA assume when bonded together
double helix
The coiled structure of double-stranded DNA in which strands linked by hydrogen bonds form a spiral configuration, with the two strands oriented in opposite directions. a shape consisting of two parallel spirals that twist around the same centre, found especially in the structure of DNA
double helix
twisted double spiral structure of DNA molecules composed of two linear strands of nucleotides joined by hydrogen bonds
helices
plural of helix
helix

    Silbentrennung

    he·lix

    Türkische aussprache

    hilîks

    Synonyme

    spiral

    Aussprache

    /ˈhēləks/ /ˈhiːlɪks/

    Etymologie

    [ 'hE-liks ] (noun.) 1563. From Latin helix Ancient Greek ἕλιξ‎ (helix) "something twisted or spiral"

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