# gram Türkçe - Türkçe
Kilogramın binde biri değerindeki kütle birimi
C. G. S (santimetre, gram, saniye) sisteminde kilogramın binde biri değerindeki kütle birimi. Kısaltması gr
İngilizce - İngilizce
A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a kilogram. Symbol: g
The seeds of these plants
A group of leguminous plants that are grown for their seeds
A suffix indicating something drawn or written, a drawing, writing; as, monogram, telegram, chronogram
The East Indian name of the chick- pea (Cicer arietinum) and its seeds; also, other similar seeds there used for food
The basic unit of weight in the Metric System equal to 1/1000 kilogram and nearly equal to the mass of one cubic centimeter of water at its maximum density; also equal to 1/28th of an ounce or 0 0022046 pound ADVANCE \x 540
See Grain, n
Danish physician and bacteriologist who developed a method of staining bacteria to distinguish among them (1853-1938) a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram
(g) The basic unit of weight (mass) of the metric system, originally intended to be the weight of 1 cubic centimeter of water a 4 DegC
This is how tea is sold around the world Two grams is the standard measure to make one cup of tea
The unit of weight in the metric system
Metric unit of mass weight One U S ounce is about 28 grams and one pound is 454 grams
A c g s (centimeter-gram-second) unit of mass Originally defined as the mass of 1 cubic centimeter of water at 4°C but now taken as the one-thousandth part of the standard kilogram, a mass preserved by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures
432 grains
a metric unit of weight; 1 ounce is about 28 grams
unit of mass and weight in the metric system; the weight of one cubic centimeter of water at standard conditions; 28 35 grams equal one ounce; 45 36 grams equal one pound
It was intended to be exactly, and is very nearly, equivalent to the weight in a vacuum of one cubic centimeter of pure water at its maximum density
A metric unit of weight One ounce equals 28 4 grams
The basic unit of mass in the metric system
A measurement of weight equal to about 1/28th of an ounce
metric measure of mass used for small objects -- "A MacTruckie's hamburger weighs 115 grams " (233)
The basic unit of mass in the metric system A penny weighs roughly 2 5 grams
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gram grams in BRIT, also use gramme A gram is a unit of weight. One thousand grams are equal to one kilogram. A football weighs about 400 grams. A metric unit of mass equal to one thousandth (10-) of a kilogram. See table at measurement. A grandmother. the basic unit for measuring weight in the metric system (gramme, from gramma , from graphein ). Unit of mass or weight used especially in the centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system of measurement. One gram is equal to 0.001 kg, about 0.035 oz, or 15.43 grains. The gram is very nearly equal to the mass of 1 cc of pure water at its maximum density. The gram of force is equal to the weight of a gram of mass under standard gravity. For greater precision, the mass may be weighed at a point at which the acceleration due to gravity is 980.655 cm/sec^2. See also gravitation; metric system
{i} unit of weight equal to 1/1000 of a kilogram
The standard of mass in the metric system
A metric unit of mass One U S ounce equals 28 4 grams; one U S pound equals 454 grams There are 1000 milligrams (mg) in one gram
A unit of weight in the metric system There are 28 grams in 1 ounce In some diet plans for people with diabetes, the suggested amounts of food are given in grams
In metric units the weight of one cubic centimeter of water at 20 degrees Celsius and 1 atm
Metric unit of weight equal to 0 035 ounces One kilogram is equivalent to 1,000 grams, and one pound equals 453 6 grams
Danish physician and bacteriologist who developed a method of staining bacteria to distinguish among them (1853-1938)
(g) The basic unit of weight (mass) of the metric system, originally intended to be the weight of one cubic centimeter of water at 4oC
A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a kilogram
a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram
Metric measure of weight
It is equal to 15
a unit of weight in the metric system An ounce equals 28 grams In some meal plans for people with diabetes, the suggested amounts of food are given in grams
– metric unit of weight There are 31 10 grams in a troy ounce
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A unit of measurement in the metric system The gram (g) measures mass, and is about the weight of a cubic centimeter of water
a measure of weight equal to 15 432 grams
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Gram staining
Gram's method of distinguishing the two main groups of bacteria
Gram's method
a staining technique, using a sequence of crystal violet, iodine and safranine, used to differentiate bacteria into two large groups of species
gram equivalent
the amount of a substance, in grams, that is numerically equivalent to its equivalent weight
gram-calorie
The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of a gram of water by a degree centigrade: a unit of measure of energy
gram-molecular weight
the amount of a substance whose weight, in grams, is equal to its molecular weight
gram-negative
that is not stained violet by Gram's method
gram-positive
that is stained violet by Gram's method
Gram's method
A staining technique used to classify bacteria in which a bacterial specimen is first stained with crystal violet, then treated with an iodine solution, decolorized with alcohol, and counterstained with safranine. Gram-positive bacteria retain the violet stain; gram-negative bacteria do not
gram atom
the quantity of an element whose weight in grams is numerically equal to the atomic weight of the element
gram atom
amount of an element needed so that the weight in grams is equal to the atomic weight of the element
gram atom
One mole of atoms of an element
gram calorie
small calorie, amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one degree
gram equivalent
The amount of a substance whose weight in grams is numerically equal to its equivalent weight
gram molecule
amount of an substance needed so that the weight in grams is equal to the molecular weight of the substance
gram molecule
the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
gram stain
Staining technique for the initial identification of bacteria, devised in 1884 by the Danish physician Hans Christian Gram (1853-1938). The stain reveals basic differences in the biochemical and structural properties of a living cell. A slide containing a smear of bacteria is treated with a purple dye; the slide is then dipped in an iodine solution, followed by an organic solvent (such as alcohol) that can dissolve the dye. Gram-positive bacteria remain purple because they have a thick cell wall that the solvent cannot easily penetrate; gram-negative bacteria lose their colour because they have thin cell walls that allow the solvent to penetrate and remove the dye
gram's method
a staining technique used to classify bacteria; bacteria are stained with gentian violet and then treated with Gram's solution; after being decolorized with alcohol and treated with safranine and washed in water, those that retain the gentian violet aregram-positive and those that do not retain it are gram-negative
gram's solution
a solution used in staining bacteria by Gram's method; consists of one part iodine and two parts potassium iodide and 300 parts water
gram-negative
(of bacteria) being or relating to a bacterium that does not retain the violet stain used in Gram's method
gram-negative
(about bacteria) not retaining the primary violet stain after being stained by Gram's method
gram-negative
bacteria have less peptidoglycan and are structurally more complex The outer membrane on the gram-negative cell wall contains lipopolysaccharides, carbohydrates bonded to lipids Cells retain red dye in a Gram stain
gram-negative
Losing the crystal violet stain and taking the colour of the red counterstain in Gram's method of staining bacteria (CMD 1997)
gram-negative
refers to bacteria that have a thick double cell wall that contains lipopolysaccharide or endotoxin; these bacteria lose a violet stain when rinsed
gram-positive
(about bacteria) retaining the primary violet stain after being stained by Gram's method
gram-positive
(of bacteria) being or relating to a bacterium that retains the violet stain used in Gram's method
green gram
A bean from the seed of Vigna radiata, which is native to Bangladesh, India, one of many species recently moved from the genus Phaseolus to Vigna still often seen cited as Phaseolus aureus or Phaseolus radiatus
-gram
something written, drawn or otherwise recorded
centimeter-gram-second
A system of units formerly used in physics (now replaced by the SI system), in which the basic units of length, mass and time were respectively centimeter, gram, and second. Abbreviated as cgs or CGS
gramme
gram (unit of mass)
Gramme
gramme machine
bengal gram
Chana Dal
bengal gram
Bengal gram is used whole in lentil curries The flour(besan) is used to prepare bhajias and may be used to flavour and thicken curries
bengal gram
Chana
gramme
{i} unit of weight equal to 1/1000 of a kilogram
gramme
a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram
gramme
See Grain, n
gramme
The unit of weight in the metric system
gramme
432 grains
gramme
Same as Gram the weight
gramme
It is equal to 15
gramme
see gram. Variant of gram. a British spelling of gram
gramme
It was intended to be exactly, and is very nearly, equivalent to the weight in a vacuum of one cubic centimeter of pure water at its maximum density
grams
plural of gram
grams
A grandmother
horse gram
twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodder; sometimes placed in genus Dolichos
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## Telaffuz

/ˈgram/ /ˈɡræm/

## Etimoloji

[ 'gram ] (noun.) 1702. From French gramme, from Ancient Greek γραμμάριον (grammárion, “weight of two obols”), from γραμμή (grammḗ, “line”).

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