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Ionic

1. of, denoting, or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture, characterized by fluted columns and capitals with scroll-like ornaments
2. of or relating to Ionia, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Ancient Greek
3. Prosody of, relating to, designating, or employing Ionics in verse
4. one of four chief dialects of Ancient Greek; the dialect spoken in Ionia
5. (in classical prosody) a type of metrical foot having either two long followed by two short syllables (greater Ionic), or two short followed by two long syllables (lesser Ionic)
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Ionic

1. Pertaining to, or characteristic of, Ionia, the eastern part of the Greek world.
2. Same as Ionic order.
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1, the ionically modified PDMS matrix was produced using a moisture-cure crosslinking mechanism in which cationic groups were incorporated using a quaternary ammonium-functional trimethoxysilane.
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Plant peroxidases are found in tonoplast and plasmalemma, inside and outside the cell wall [7] and it occur in the soluble, as well as, ionically bound forms on the cellular walls.
In our present work, a macrocyclic binuclear monometallic copper complex has been synthesized and is ionically bonded to the zirconium pillared montmorillonite clay through ion exchange.
This result was not as expected, considering that the initial treatment (Triton X-100+NaCl) solubilizes the acrosome, sperm head membranes, and hydrophobic and ionically bound proteins, leaving essentially a shell of insoluble perinuclear theca surrounding the condensed nucleus, and subsequent treatment with NaOH solubilizes the perinuclear theca but leaves the nucleus in its condensed form (Oko and Maravei, 1994).
The shift in the maximal peak at different quantities of protein indicate a strong potential for protein-protein interactions as hydrophobic residues become exposed and may ionically bind to the amino acid R groups of neighboring proteins in solution.
This occurs because as the initial contact area is ionically neutralized, the Moxy molecules move in a predatory, wave-like action, called the Ionic Wave Effect, seeking more areas to neutralize until all accessible areas are reached or the molecules exhausted.
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The product contains shea butter, aloe, vitamin E and a trademarked ingredient called Pretectin-22, a derivative of grapeseed oil that ionically repels positively charged hair color dye molecules.
1992a; 1992b) found that the activities of both ionically bound and soluble apoplastic PODs increased in the leaf elongation zones of tall fescue inhibiting cell elongation.