dextro


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dextro

[′dek‚strō]
(optics)
(organic chemistry)
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Dextro Energy had requested authorization to use health claims such as "glucose contributes to metabolism" and "glucose contributes to normal muscle function."
Dextro Energy requested authorization to use health claims such as 'glucose contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism during exercise' and 'glucose contributes to normal muscle function' in its advertisement.
(27) VIRGILIO, Georgicas III, 86-88: Densa iuba et dextro iactata recumbit in armo;/at duplex agitur per lumbos spina, cauatque/ tellurem et solido grauiter sonat ungula cornu.--"A crina e densa e pende lancada na espadua direita; mas a espinha se estende dos dois lados pelos lombos e a pata escava a terra e ressoa forte com o casco duro".
The diagnosis for the second was dextrocardia, complete atrioventricular septal defect (Rastelli C type) with severe common atrioventricular valve regurgitation, single atrium, single ventricle, pulmonary stenosis and dextro aortic arch.
/ haec ubi supposuit dextro corpus mihi laevom, / Ilia et Egeria est; do nomen quodlibet illi.
The etymology of dextrocardia and DSIT are Latin, where dextro is derived from "dexter" meaning "right" and "cardia" meaning heart, when put together, " right-sided heart".
Commercially, the drug is available as a racemate mixture with equal 'levo' and 'dextro' isomers.
2, 12: <<Et, o si sub rastro crepet argenti mihi seria dextro Hercule>>.
9); similarly, Adam Skypse, chaplain, is said to have stabbed himself in the right thigh by mischance ('percussit se ipsum in femere dextro per infortunium) in the 1370-71Yorkshire Coroners roll, but the margin is marked felo de se (TNA, JUST 2/218, m.
Por ultimo, el limite sur, ha actuado de manera transcurrente con un sentido dextro durante la mayor parte de la historia geologica y en la actualidad funciona como una zona de subduccion en la que la placa del Caribe se consume por debajo de la de Sudamerica (Draper & Gutierrez, 1997).
Estos valores son consistentes con un movimiento dextro en la falla NW-SE del Canal de Menorca (Fig.