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Using these simple design rules we are able to create DNA structures that fold and unfold at a specifically desired temperature.
These plants fold their leaves to protect themselves from dry conditions and cold, and unfold to get the rain they need to grow.
In order to unfold proteins using Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation technique, the following steps were performed.
2 : to lay open to view or understanding : reveal unfold a plan <.
There can be no doubt that the two narratives of the history of Christian-Muslim relations continue to unfold.
In practice, however, many such predictions stem from the student's encounters not with life but with the literary representation of it, representations in which, as noted, events often unfold in a familiar manner.
One person can easily fold and unfold the Hide-a-Bench in seconds.
It is the first time for a factor that can unfold any type of protein structure to be discovered, they said.
With the press of a button, a boat propeller and specially designed wings called hydrofoils unfold from the car.
This paper compares the way lessons on systems of linear equations unfold in a classroom in the Negev region of Israel with the way they unfold in a Shanghai and Hong Kong classroom.
The frames unfold as a vignettelike sequence of reduced architectonic impressions, each one vaguely familiar as a station or stopping point: the entrance to the airport, the gate check, the baggage check, and finally, the airplane cabin.
Script how that situation could unfold, identify parties involved, and set goals for the drill.