fundamental component

fundamental component

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl kəm′pō·nənt]
(physics)
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This maturity level model is a fundamental component of efficient and effective IT Governance.
Mixing together water, ammonia, and hydrogen cyanidethree compounds believed to be carried by comets - John Oro of the University of Houston found that this hellbrew formed adenine, a fundamental component of DNA and a relative of adenosine triphosphate, the molecule that provides a key fuel for most living things.
The league claims to be the first to make the Internet a fundamental component of its marketing plan, enabling fans to buy tickets, team merchandise, access stats, game summaries, audio and video highlights and auctions.
Representatives of indigenous peoples at the conference explained that hunting and fishing and the preparation and consumption of the typical subsistence diet in the Arctic not only meets nutritional needs but is a fundamental component of the peoples' spiritual and cultural life.

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