Phospho-phosphor-phosphoro- ... <prefix> Prefixes indicating the presence of phosphorus in a compound.See phospho-for specific usage of that prefix. ... Origin: G. Phos, light; phoros, carrying ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. Prefixes indicating the presence of phosphorus in a compound. See: See phospho- for specific usage of that prefix
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Phosphaalkenes (IUPAC name: alkylidenephosphanes) are organophosphorus compounds with double bonds between carbon and phosphorus(III) with the formula R2C=PR. In the compound phosphorine one carbon atom in benzene is replaced by phosphorus. The reactivity of phosphaalkenes is often compared to that...
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In chemistry, phosphaalkynes (IUPAC name: alkylidynephosphanes) are organophosphorus compounds that have a phosphorus-carbon triple bond. Two types of phosphaalkynes are recognized. One type of phosphaalkyne is a heavier analogue of nitriles (R-C≡N), i.e. P replaces N in a nitrile. Another type o...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fŏs-fah′kan Definitions: 1. A chondroitin sulphate proteoglycan that binds to neurons and neural cell adhesion molecules; modulates neural-glial interactions associated with neural differentiation.
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Phosphaenus is a rare European genus of glow-worm. Unusually the males have short rudimentary wings, but are flightless.
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Energy-rich guanidinium or amidine phosphate, serving as an energy store in muscle and brain; e.g., phosphocreatine in mammals, phosphoarginine in invertebrates. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(from the article `muscle`) ...time scientists were unable to detect any change in the amount of ATP in the muscle as a result of contraction. This immediate rebuilding of ATP ...
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The phosphagens are energy storage compounds, also known as high-energy phosphate compounds, are chiefly found in muscular tissue in animals. They allow a high-energy phosphate pool to be maintained in a concentration range, which, if it all were ATP, would create problems due to the ATP consuming ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos′fă-jen Definitions: 1. Energy-rich guanidinium or amidine phosphate, serving as an energy store in muscle and brain; phosphocreatine in mammals, phosphoarginine in invertebrates. Other phosphagens include phosphoagmatine, phosphoglycocyamine, and phospholombr...
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The energy system involving ATP and phosphocreatine (PC). Stores of ATP and PC are exploited first in explosive exercise in what is known as the alactic anaerobic system.
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Phosphate-producing. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos′fă-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Phosphate-producing.
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Phos'pham noun [ Phosph orus + am monia.] (Chemistry) An inert amorphous white powder, PN 2 H, obtained by passing ammonia over heated phosphorus. [ Spelt also phosphame .] -- Phos'pham'ic
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<chemistry> An inert amorphous white powder, PN2H, obtained by passing ammonia over heated phosphorus. [Spelt also phosphame] Phos'pham'ic. ... Origin: Phosphorus + ammonia. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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• (n.) An inert amorphous white powder, PN2H, obtained by passing ammonia over heated phosphorus.
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R-NH-PO3H2, one of the three types of high energy phosphates (the others being phosphophosphoric acids and phosphosulfuric acids). ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos-fam′ik as′id Definitions: 1. R-NH-PO3H2, one of the three types of high-energy phosphates (the others being phosphophosphoric acids and phosphosulfuric acids).
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Synonym for phosphoamidase ... <enzyme> An enzyme catalyzing the hydrolysis of phosphorus-nitrogen bonds, notably the hydrolysis of N-phosphocreatine to creatine and orthophosphate. ... Synonym: phosphamidase. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos-fam′i-dās Synonyms: phosphoamidase
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<chemical> An organophosphate cholinesterase inhibitor that is used as an insecticide. ... Pharmacological action: cholinesterase inhibitor, insecticide, organophosphate. ... Chemical name: Phosphoric acid, 2-chloro-3-(diethylamino)-1-methyl-3-oxo-1-propenyl dimethyl ester ... (12 Dec 1998) .....
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Phosphamidon is an organophosphate insecticide first reported in 1960. It acts as a cholinesterase inhibitor. The commercial product typically exists as a mixture of 70% (Z)-isomer and 30% (E)-isomer. == Toxicity and regulation== Phosphamidon is very highly toxic to mammals and is listed as WHO Haz...
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A conceptual mechanism whereby the parathyroid hormone is increased when the levels of phosphorus rise to an above-normal level; there is as yet no satisfactory evidence for its existence. ... Origin: phosphate + L. Status, a standing ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos′fă-stat Definitions: 1. A conceptual mechanism by which the production of parathyroid hormone is increased when phosphate levels in the plasma exceed normal; there is, as yet, no satisfactory evidence for its existence.
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