allene


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allene

[‚a′lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C3H4 An unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with two double bonds. Also known as propadiene.
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th] edition of the EMD Serono Specialty Digest highlights some important trends in specialty drug management today as well as expectations for management in the future," said Allene Diaz, Senior Vice President, Managed Markets, EMD Serono.
She is the former Allene Lummis Russell Professor of Neuroscience and associate dean at Wellesley College.
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In "The Witch, the Cauldron, and the Inverted Cooking Ritual," Allene Nichols shows how the rituals and equipment of cooking can serve to symbolize and enforce gender norms.
Wise leaves his wife, Monette; daughter, Connie Landry (Joe); son Ronnie (Melissa); daughter Kathy Posey (Steve); sister, Allene Byars; six grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren.
Estate and unknown heirs of Allene Elnora Morefield, deceased.
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She was born Ruth Kendall Houlton in Elk River, MN, July 9, 1920, the second child of Lewis Kendall and Allene Sherwood Houlton.
The other clone has been found to be similar to an allene synthase, which converts fatty acid hydroperoxides to allene epoxides, and eventually results in molecules that may have signalling capabilities (Song & Brash, 1991).
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