Definition of Terminators

1. Noun. (plural of terminator) ¹



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Definition of Terminators

1. terminator [n] - See also: terminator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terminators

termination factor
termination region
termination sequence
termination shock
terminational
terminationes
terminationes nervorum liberae
terminations
terminative
terminative case
terminative cases
terminatively
terminatives
terminator
terminator regions (genetics)
terminators (current term)
terminatory
terminer
terminers
terming
termini
termini ad quem
termini generales
terminism
terminist
terminists
termino-terminal anastomosis
terminographer
terminography
terminological

Literary usage of Terminators

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1. Rice Genetics IV by Gurdev S. Khush, D. S. Brar, Bill Hardy (2001)
"Three types of reads are chosen: custom primer reactions, dye terminators with universal primers, and reverse dye terminators. ..."

2. Rice Pest Science and Management: Selected Papers from the International by P. S. Teng, Kong Luen Heong, K. Moody (1994)
"Transcriptional terminators in plants contain at least one ... The two most commonly used terminators for plant transformation are the CaMV 35S terminator ..."

3. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure edited by J. Michael Thesz (1997)
"... Pagination: ASCII Form Feed or Series of Line terminators: End-of-File: ASCII SUB ... terminators Print Command (Unix shell version given here as sample ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1903)
"The ends of all of the " B " trunks, coming from one and the same section of 100, are distributed over all the " terminators " of the exchange, rendering it ..."

5. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing (1869)
"The Committee recommend that each object be examined by the observers when the objects are near the morning and evening terminators, and also on the days ..."

6. A History of Wireless Telegraphy, 1838-1899: Including Some Bare-wire by John Joseph Fahie (1900)
"... F, metallic or charcoal terminators; o, H, I, K, wires insulated in the usual way, and connecting the terminators, batteries, and instruments, as shown. ..."

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