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Incorporation of the genetic material of a virus into the host genome.

The marriage of an operational PCA with the system or product with which it is to function.

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• (n.) The operation of finding the primitive function which has a given function for its differential coefficient. See Integral. • (n.) In the theory of evolution: The process by which the manifold is compacted into the relatively simple and permanent. It is supposed to alternate with differentiation as an agent in development. • (n...

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<molecular biology, virology> Incorporation of the genetic material of a virus in to the host genome. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...

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(from the article `chemical compound`) ...area of space enclosed by the absorption peaks. The area under the peaks is directly proportional to the number of hydrogen atoms contributing to ...

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(in″tә-gra´shәn) coordination (def. 2). anabolism. assimilation (def. 2). the covalent insertion of one segment of DNA into another, such as the incorporation of viral or prophage DNA or a transposable element into genomic DNA. bilateral in...

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(Lat. integrare, to make whole) The act of making a whole out of parts. In mathematics, a limiting process which may be described in vague terms as summing up an infinite number of infinitesimals, part of the calculus. In psychology, the combination of psycho-physical elements into a complex unified organization. In cosmology, the synthetic philos....

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1) Bringing together people of different races into institutions, such as schools, housing, employment, or the military, that have historically been segregated. 2) Combining the full agreement of the parties into a contract, such that any earlier versions or understandings that aren't included in the contract are superceded. (See also: integration ...

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Merger of two firms. Vertical integration occurs if the two firms are at different stages of the production process. Forward integration occurs when a firm takes over a company which buys its...

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integrating *noun* the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community

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*(mathematics)* In mathematics, a method in calculus of determining the solutions of definite or indefinite integrals. An example of a definite integral can be thought of as finding the area under a curve (as represented by an algebraic expression or function) between particular values of the fu...

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*[festival]* Integration is the annual techno-cultural fest of Indian Statistical Institute, usually held during the first and second weekend of January each year. It is one of the biggest campus events in Kolkata, and attracts participation from all over the world. ==Introduction== Integration is a relatively new addition to the set of Kolka...

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**In`te·gra'tion** (ĭn`te*grā'shŭn)

* noun* [ Latin

* integratio* a renewing, restoring: confer French

* intégration* .]

** 1.** The act or process of making whole or entire.

** 2.** * (Math.)* The operation of finding the primitive function which has a given function ...

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An operation that corresponds to the informal idea of finding the area under the graph of a function. The first theory of integration was developed by Archimedes with his method of quadratures, but this could be applied only in circumstances where there was a high degree of geometric symmetry. In th...

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Bringing together of two or more segments of beef productions and processing under one centrally organized unit.

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Combining parts so that they work together or form a whole. In web technology, there are several common usages.

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Economic integration refers to reducing barriers among countries to transactions and to movements of goods, capital, and labor, including harmonization of laws, regulations, and standards. Common forms include FTAs, customs unions, and common markets. Sometimes classified as shallow integration vs. deep integration.

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For provider organizations, the unification of two or more previously separate providers under commo

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General merchandise and health and beauty aids shelved in aisles with food, not in a separate store area.

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in mathematics, technique of finding a function g(x) the derivative of which, Dg(x), is equal to a given function f(x). This is indicated by the ... [13 related articles]

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Individuals with disabilities must be integrated to the maximum extent appropriate.

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Integration in photographic analysis is defined as the method of averaging all density ( illumination ) values either in R, G, and B, or as neutral density and saving this aggregate value to determine exposure in the camera or the darkroom.

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Integration in photographic analysis is defined as the method of averaging all density ( illumination ) values either in R, G, and B, or as neutral density and saving this aggregate value to determine exposure in the camera or the darkroom

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Integration involves combining instruments so that they reinforce one another and create synergy in meeting objectives

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Integration is the association of pupils with special educational needs and pupils without such needs in an educational setting. This association may be both educational and social. Integration also refers to the principle of educating children with special educational needs with children who do not have special educational needs wherever possible....

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