expression

In genetics, manifestation of a characteristic specified by a gene. In industrial biotechnology, production of a specific protein by inserting a gene into a new host organism.

expression

(ek-spresh´әn) the aspect or appearance of the face as determined by the physical or emotional state. the act of squeezing out or evacuating by pressure. gene expression. gene expression the flow of genetic information from gene to protein. ...
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expression

(from the article `aesthetics`) ...is sometimes called representation—a term that owes its currency in aesthetics to Croce and Collingwood, who used it to draw the familiar contrast ...
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expression

(from the article `essential oil`) A procedure called expression is applied only to citrus oils. The outer coloured peel is squeezed in presses, and the oil is decanted or centrifuged ... ...In the extraction method called enfleurage, petals are placed between layers of purified animal fat, which become saturated with flower oil, and .....
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Expression

(Ger. Ausdruck) In Husserl: A symbol that embodies and signifies the noematic-objective sense of an act of thinking. The sense is expressed; the act, manifested. -- D.C.
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expression

[n] - (genetics) the process of expressing a gene 2. [n] - the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions 3. [n] - expression without words 4. [n] - the expression on a person`s face 5. [n] - the act of forcing something out by squeezing or pressing
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Expression

• (n.) The representation of any quantity by its appropriate characters or signs. • (n.) The act of declaring or signifying; declaration; utterance; as, an expression of the public will. • (n.) The act of expressing; the act of forcing out by pressure; as, the expression of juices or oils; also, of extorting or eliciting; as, a forci...
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expression

<molecular biology> The process by which a gene's coded information is converted into the structures present and operating in the cell. ... Expressed genes include those that are transcribed into mRNA and then translated into protein and those that are transcribed into RNA but not translated into protein (for example, transfer and ribosomal R...
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expression

verbalism noun the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions; `expressions of good will`; `he helped me find verbal expression for my ideas`; `the idea was immediate but the verbalism took hours`
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expression

look 1 aspect 1 facial expression noun the feelings expressed on a person`s face; `a sad expression`; `a look of triumph`; `an angry face`
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Expression

[computer science] An expression in a programming language is a combination of explicit values, constants, variables, operators, and functions that are interpreted according to the particular rules of precedence and of association for a particular programming language, which computes and then produces (returns, in a stateful environment) an...
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Expression

[mathematics] ==Different forms of mathematical expressions== Mathematical expressions include arithmetic expressions, polynomials, algebraic expressions, closed-form expressions, and analytical expressions. The table below highlights some similarities and differences between these different types. ==Syntax vs. Semantics== ===Syntax: well-f...
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Expression

[sign language] In sign language, expression refers to distinctive body postures and facial expressions that accompany signing, and which are necessary to properly form words. Expression is one of five components of a sign, along with handshape ({sc|dez}), orientation ({sc|ori}), location ({sc|tab}), and movement ({sc|sig}). A major compone...
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Expression

Ex·pres'sion (ĕks*prĕsh'ŭn) noun [ Latin expressio : confer French expression .] 1. The act of expressing; the act of forcing out by pressure; as, the expression of juices or oils; also, of extorting or eliciting; as, a forcible expression of tr...
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Expression

A mathematical formula used to define the value of a given attribute of an object during animation. The use of expressions forms a procedural alternative to hand, or keyframe, animation.
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expression

A mathematical phrase that combines operations, numbers, and/or variables
Examples:
35 â€` 15.5 32 ÷ a
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expression

a process of conveying ideas, feelings, and meaning through the selective use of the communicative possibilities of dance.
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expression

A shorthand description of a calculation. [ mathematical expression ]
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expression

a word or phrase that people use in particular situations
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Expression

Anything that has a value, e.g., 'a + b' or '(a == b)' or 'c++'
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Expression

applying the correct language to an argument.
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expression

combination of operators and names producing a value. TC++PL 6.2.
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Expression

Description for odor and or taste a wine as part of a wine address, It is contextual and can be both positive and negative. Possible properties are expressive or expressive (positive), as well as expressive, expressionless, expressionless or colorless (negative). Related terms are expressionless haggard. thin. insipid. over. hollow and overaged, Cl...
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expression

In relation to genes, the phenotypic manifestation of a trait. Expression may be age-dependent (e.g., Huntington disease) or affected by environmental factors (e.g., dark fur on Siamese cats).
Found on http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/biobk/biobookglosse.html

Expression

In relation to genes, the phenotypic manifestation of a trait. Expression may be age-dependent (e.g.
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