capping

(1) Movement of cross-linked cell-surface material to the posterior region of a moving cell, or to the perinuclear region. (2) The intracellular accumulation of intermediate filament protein in the pericentriolar region following microtubule disruption by colchicine. (3) The blocking of further addition of subunits by binding of a cap protein to the free end of a linear polymer such as actin. See also cap binding protein. ...

capping

Type: Term Pronunciation: kap′ing Definitions: 1. Covering. 2. The aggregation at one end of a cell of surface antigens that have been bound and cross linked by antibodies; this cap is then endocytosed by the cell.
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Capping

The government uses this mechanism to block what it regards as excessive increases in the council tax. Labour ministers have been less enthusiastic about using capping than their Tory predecessors, but they retain the power to do so.
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Capping

Soils cap when a fine seedbed is sown and firmed but heavy rainfall follows. This causes the soil surface to form a hard layer when it dries out which in turn can prevent the emergence of shoots from the sown seeds.
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capping

A material used as part of the earthworks at below sub-base level in road construction. The intent is to utilise cheap locally available material to reduce the use of more expensive sub-base material. Department of Transport (DoT) Specification for Highway Works specifies a coarse (6.F.1) and fine grade (6.F.2) Clause 613). Crushed top rock, scalpi...
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Capping

Central government putting a limit on the level of council tax a local authority may set to cover the services it would like to provide
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20793

Capping

A covering, usually of lead, applied to the top of a wall or other feature, to prevent water penetration. Related Words: Lead
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capping

1. Movement of cross linked cell surface material to the posterior region of a moving cell or to the perinuclear region. ... 2. The intracellular accumulation of intermediate filament protein in the pericentriolar region following microtubule disruption by colchicine. ... 3. The blocking of further addition of subunits by binding of a cap protein t...
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capping

(kap´ing) the provision of a protective or obstructive covering. the movement of cell surface antigens into a small region (cap) on the cell surface owing to the cross-linking of antigens by specific antibody. the covering of tooth cusps weakened by caries with a protective metal overlay.&nbs...
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Capping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cap
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Capping

Placing extra chips on a bet after the deal has started. Illegal, and a serious form of player cheating.
Found on http://www.gamblingplanet.org/Gambling-Glossary-C

Capping

If the rear foot of a horse sets down squarely on the track of the same side front foot as it is set down, the horse is said to be capping
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Capping

See coping.
Found on http://www.selectstone.com/architectural-resources/stone-glossary/

Capping

The process at of laying two to four feet of soil over the top of a landfill site and then planting
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Capping

A long length, serving as a cap for gates and framing.
Found on http://www.woodworkersuk.co.uk/blog/carpentry-and-joinery-glossary/carpentr
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