period

Drosophila gene regulating circadian rhythm. Expressed in CNS, Malpighian tubules, and a number of other tissues. Per contains a PAS structural domain, a nuclear localization sequence and a cytoplasmic localization domain that restricts it to the cytoplasm in the absence of Tim (product of timeless > timeless) with which it forms a heterodimer.

period

Belonging to a particular time. A 'Sheraton period' table, for example, dates from Sheraton's time, whereas a 'Sheraton style' table is a later piece made in Sheraton style.

Period

Menstruation

Period

Time taken to complete one revolution of the satellite orbit.

Period

One of the important designations of time - a segment of the time beam with a finite length; the interval of time required for a periodic motion of phenomenon to complete a cycle and being to repeat itself; a chronological division as of a course, a development, a life; as the sporulation period.

Period

When all the facets of a production are carefully aimed towards representing a specific period in history.

Period

[school] A school period is a block of time allocated for lessons, classes or other activities in schools. They typically last between 40 and 60 minutes, with around 3-8 periods per school day. However, especially in higher education, there can be many more. Educators determine the number and length of these periods, and may even regulate h...
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Period

The elements in a horizontal row of the periodic table.
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Period

The period is the basic unit of geological time in which a single type of rock system is formed, lasting tens of millions of years.
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Period

a designated length of time in history.
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Period

A second order geological time unit.
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period

[n] - a stage in the history of a culture having a definable place in space and time 2. [n] - the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon 3. [n] - one of three periods of play in hockey games 4. [n] - a unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed 5. [n] - the end or completio...
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Period

The interval between successive occurrences of a cyclical event.
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Period

the time required for one cycle in a periodic waveform. Period is the inverse of frequency.
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Period

The length of time for which, or end date until, the initial interest rate applies.
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Period

The time taken for a full cycle of motion in a system executing harmonic motion. If the motion is at a single frequency f (i.e. sinusoidal) the period T is given by:whereT = period [s]f = frequency [Hz]? = angular velocity [rads-1]
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Period

The elements in a horizontal row of the periodic table.
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period

Rows in the periodic table are called periods. For example, all of the elements in the second row are referred to as 'second period elements'. All elements currently known fall in the first seven periods.
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Period

a series of elements, arranged in order of atomic number represented by a horizontal row on the Periodic Table.
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Period

The horizontal rows in the periodic table.
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Period

a unit of geological time, for example the Devonian Period
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period

Each group of three digits separated by commas in a multidigit number
Example:
Period Period Period
Millions Thousands Ones
Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones
8 5, 6 4 3, 9 0 0
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Period

Pe'ri·od noun [ Latin periodus , Greek ... a going round, a way round, a circumference, a period of time; ... round, about + ... a way: confer French période .] 1. A portion of time as limited and determined by some recurring phenomenon, as by the completion of a revolution of one...
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Period

Pe'ri·od transitive verb To put an end to. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Period

Pe'ri·od intransitive verb To come to a period; to conclude. [ Obsolete] 'You may period upon this, that,' etc. Felthman.
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