basic group

basic group

[′bā·sik ¦grüp]
(chemistry)
A chemical group (for example, OH-) which, when freed by ionization in solution, produces a pH greater than 7.
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He turns a basic group of hard working players into winners.
Also, Advanced and Intermediate groups were more likely to engage in individual-initiated activities such as searching websites for health information and posting or answering health-related questions on websites than the Basic group (p<0.
To put things in perspective, we have a "Kessinger Panel" blood work that is a basic group of testing to assess a patient's overall health status.
Even when the marker allele frequencies in the basic group were very low, the very high introgression QTL frequency was still obtained.
On April 7, the Basic group - which includes Brazil, South Africa, India and China - released a statement saying that the countries "look forward to signing the Paris Agreement on 22 April 2016 during the High-Level Signature Ceremony convened by the Secretary-General of the United Nations" and that they "expressed their will to initiate necessary domestic processes for ratification, acceptance or approval as soon as possible".
On April 7, the BASIC group - which includes Brazil, South Africa, India and China - released a statement, saying that the countries "look forward to signing the Paris Agreement on April 22 during the High-Level Signature Ceremony convened by the secretary-general of the UN" and that they "expressed their will to initiate necessary domestic processes for ratification, acceptance or approval as soon as possible".
Materials for the advanced group were at a high school or college level; the basic group used materials that were elementary school or mid-high school in scope.
She stresses that Brazil is very loyal to the G-77 and China and the BASIC group, and that in most of the opportunities in which the EU and Brazil sided with each other it was due to the EU strategic choice in aligning with developing countries, not the other way around.
A historical context of how group psychotherapy is given and basic group leader functions are examined.
Table 1 shows that the BASIC countries kept a low collective profile in their formal submissions, with a preponderance of the documents submitted individually, and not a single one on behalf of the BASIC group without other contributing countries.
Students are assumed to know linear algebra, basic ring theory, and basic group theory and to be able to follow a detailed proof.
A "good," "better" and "best" strategy, which ranges from having a basic group policy to a fully loaded policy with all of the options, can be discussed.