Generic Structure

The general structural formula of a library, consisting of the scaffold plus an indication of the position of attachment of the various residues.
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Generic Structure

the way in which elements of a text are arranged to match its purpose. This structure can be observed by readers, and writers will use this knowledge to structure their writing, depending on their purpose. See discussion text, explanation text, instruction text, narrative text, recount text, report text
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generic structure

In grammar, the way in which a text is constructed to suit its purpose. For example, an informal letter is different in construction to that of an official report
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Generic Structure

The general structural formula of a library, consisting of the scaffold plus an indication of the position of attachment of the various residues.
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