eduction


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

eduction

[ē′dək·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
Loss of host genetic material when the plasmid that had been integrated into the host chromosome exits.
References in periodicals archive ?
I would term this education as liberatory eduction. I would argue, as Folkestad describes above, that music education has the capacity to "bring forth and/or develop the capacities, abilities and aptitudes pertaining to a desire for social justice that already potentially exist in the student" (Folkestad, 2006, p.
He is stumped as to why one of the wealthier provinces has rated eduction as such a low priority.
The Detroit Society for Coatings Technology's FOCUS Conference 2004 was recently held at the MSU Management Eduction Conference Center in Troy, MI.
Phyllis Grummon Director of Planning and Eduction Society of College and University Planning (www.scup.org) Ann Arbor, MI
Outside of work, Hinds stays active by volunteering his time to Meals on Wheels, Partnership with Eduction, the Combined Federal Campaign, Operation Clean Sweep and Vietnam Veterans of San Diego.
An alternative option for students wishing to gain qualifications in higher education, with minimal cost, is the Open University or at their local community colleges of further eduction in which some courses are free.
Don Siegelman's order for eduction budget cuts totaling $266 million.
2000 Forecast Total Construction Spending (New Construction, Modernization/Upgrade) Total % [delta] Market Segment $(B) Building Type $(B) 1999 New Modern Upgrade Office 71.5 4.8 24.9 42.6 4.0 Retail 55.4 2.6 15.7 35.9 3.8 Hotel/Motel 12.7 (1.3) 5.2 6.8 0.7 Eduction 40.9 5.9 25.0 14.2 1.7 Healthcare 13.4 (4.6) 6.5 6.1 0.8 Apartment/Condo 16.3 3.7 9.9 5.8 0.6 Government 16.2 4.9 10.0 5.5 0.7 Other Commercial 20.3 5.3 8.7 10.5 1.1 Total 246.7 3.6 105.9 127.4 13.4
A proofreading change in Mariette Ulrich's article, "Assisted suicide of Catholic eduction" (Jan/Feb 1999 pp 10-12) altered the meaning of a passage.
Editorial covers expanded traditional IRAs, the new Roth IRA, new eduction IRAs, life insurance and IRAs, tax implications, retirement and estate planning, contributions, funding arrangements, rollovers, disclosures, filings and penalties, management, and state tax rules regarding distributions.
"It is a distinctive feature of the market for higher eduction, however, that the supplying firms made it a practice not to charge what the market might bear, choosing instead to ration demand by electing talented and diverse student bodies who would best fit their institutional objectives.
This process frequently involves eduction and monitoring of support systems for individual patients.