Type: Term Pronunciation: en′dō Definitions: 1. Shigeru, Japanese bacteriologist, 1869-1937. See: Endo agar, Endo medium
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[band] Endo was a four-piece nu metal music group from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1995, release two major record label albums in 2001 and 2003, and worked on songs for a third before disbanding in 2007. ==History== The band formed in 1995 with Lou Orenstein, Diego Ponsa, Reggie Barre...
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(Named after discoverer?) Indicates one of the variations of medium containing fuchsin and sulfite to distinguish organisms which do/do not ferment lactose.
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[surname] Endō or Endo is a Japanese surname. Persons with this surname include: ...
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to crash by going over the bike
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to crash by going over the bike
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(end over end) a front flip over the handlebars; also a front wheelie with the rear wheel off the ground.
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A medium containing peptone, lactose, dipotassium phosphate, agar, sodium sulfite, basic fuchsin, and distilled water; originally developed for the isolation of Salmonella typhi, this medium is now most useful in the bacteriological examination of water; coliform organisms ferment the lactose, and t...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. a medium containing peptone, lactose, dipotassium phosphate, agar, sodium sulfite, basic fuchsin, and distilled water; originally developed for the isolation of Salmonella typhi, this medium is now most useful in the bacteriologic examination of water; coliform organisms f...
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Endo agar (also called Endo`s medium) is a microbiological growth medium with a faint pink colour. Originally developed for the isolation of Salmonella typhi, it is now used mostly as a coliform medium. Most gram-negative organisms grow well in this medium, while growth of gram-positive organisms i...
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Copyright to this photo belongs to the author of this article. ...
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<enzyme> A glycoprotein, mr 77,000; an endozyme which hydrolyses internal galactoside linkages ... Registry number: EC 3.2.1.- ... Synonym: beta-(1-5)-galactofuranase ... (26 Jun 1999) ...
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===Toronto Raptors=== Promoted 11 days ago, but there are extenuating circumstances. Major objections were provided in the nomination that weren`t addressed. The Featured Article Director silently disregarded them and promoted the article anyway. After the nomination was frozen, I made a detailed o...
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Reporting statistics of link mail-archive.com; 2 records. Reports COIBot reported 2 links. ...
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Endō was born to a samurai family in Hagi, Chōshū Domain (present-day Yamaguchi Prefecture. He was selected by the domain to be a member of the Chōshū Five who were smuggled out of Japan in defiance of the Tokugawa bakufu`s policy of national seclusion to Great Britain in 1863. Chōshū was de...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: en′dō Synonyms: Endo agar
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According to some historical records, Motonobu may have been the son of a yamabushi from Yonezawa. ...
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Naotsune was opposed to the political marriage between his lord Azai Nagamasa and Oda Nobunaga`s sister Oichi. During the Battle of Anegawa, Naotsune camouflaged his own men to resemble those of Nobunaga`s, to infiltrate into Nobunaga`s army. Nobunaga became aware of Naotsune`s intentions, and kill...
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Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. is an American pharmaceutical company. It was created as a result of a management buyout from DuPont Merck in 1997. Three DuPont Merck executives (Carol A. Ammon, Chairman, President & CEO, and Mariann T. MacDonald, Executive Vice President, Operations, along with another ...
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Endo Pharmaceuticals Building
The Endo Pharmaceuticals Building also known as “Endo Laboratories” is a pharmaceutical plant designed by architect Paul Rudolph in 1962 in the receding farmlands of Long Island’s Nassau County, New York. The “castle-like structure” was built to house the Endo Pharmaceuticals research, ma...
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Endo Shift or Endo weight shifting is a term used for bike tricks or techniques that demonstrates how to shift the back wheel of your bike onto a ledge, curb, etc. ...
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Opposite of ecto-
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<prefix> Prefixes indicating within, inner, absorbing, or containing. ... See: ento-. ... Origin: G. Endon, within ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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