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donation

[dō′nā·shən]
(mycology)
In conjugation, a process involving a nonconjugative plasmid and a conjugative plasmid in which the latter provides the missing conjugative function to the former so that the former may be transferred.
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Donor Day' on a private channel said, people should donate blood as donating blood is considered a noble act and it saves life in emergencies.
Actor Mohammad Subhi donated 50 thousand Egyptian pounds, while actor Ahmed Helmy vowed to donate the entire wage of his upcoming film to the fund.
Paula who now donates every 16 weeks has been doing so since the age of 18.
There are 22 million people in California, and fewer than 3 percent of them donate platelets.
Speaking at a recent Investment & Tax planning breakfast hosted by American ORT--a non-profit international education and training organization that individuals can donate to using charitable remainder trusts--Myerberg presented an example of how a middle class individual, aged 70, donated a commercial property worth $300,000 and will reap a projected return of $283,000 spread over 16 years.
Norcross, Georgia, USA announced it will donate US$ 50,000 to the American Red Cross International Response Fund.
Studies determining why individuals donate blood, organs, or time have shown that there are six basic functions that volunteering serves (Ridge, Snyder, French, et al.
He donates $5,000 to the organization's college scholarship fund.
An opinion poll conducted by the society five years ago indicated 31 per cent of respondents were willing to donate one of their kidneys to a stranger.
Determine the total number of shares of stock you wish to donate.
PERHAPS YOU'VE SEEN THE FLYERS or heard the ads on the radio: Donate your used car to charity and we'll arrive at your home, arrange the title transfer, and tow away your old clunker, giving the proceeds to your favorite charity.
The purpose of this article is to encourage you to consider creative ways to donate to The Vegetarian Resource Group or other nonprofits for outreach projects.