startpoint

startpoint

[′stärt‚pȯint]
(cell and molecular biology)
The deoxyribonucleic acid base pair that corresponds to the first nucleotide incorporated into the primary ribonucleic acid (RNA) transcript by RNA polymerase.
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Small seconds overlap with the hour indexes, and the tourbillon, half-hidden, seems to be the logical startpoint of the power reserve display at 3 o'clock.
The pseudocode of the proposed k-Linkage method struct Link begin int startPoint int endPoint double distance end Algorithm K-Linkage Inputs: ClusterA: the first cluster, ClusterB: the second cluster, k: the number of object pairs, linkageType: the type of linkage (k_min or k_max) Output: kLinkageDistance begin List list = new List() k = min(ClusterA.
CARD CONTINUES PAGE 58 SANDOWN DETAILS 5f 7f 1m1f 1m2f 2m1/2f Winning Post Startpoint 1m6f Highest Point Lowest Point Open ditch Water jump Fence Right-handed oval of 1m5f with 4f uphill run-in.
StartPoint managing director and Human Synergistics associate consultant Janet Donnelly demonstrated a scientifically proven and validated approach for qualitative and quantitative assessment of organisational culture.
It will be conducted by 21CC managing director Moyez Kassam and StartPoint managing director and Human Synergistics associate consultant Janet Donnelly.
Modi made his own beginnings the startpoint of the dream.
Without aiming to be or to offer an exhaustive explanation for past or present religious movements, the book can be seen and used as a startpoint in any thorough attempt to create an overall, general context of religious evolution of social concepts and relations.
1 per cent at 1,262, marginally up on the year's startpoint of 1,257.
The startpoint of precipitation is directly dependent on the triterpene acid and complexation agent concentration.
Families were shipped off to local hotels after water flooded across the nearby Warwick Road, Startpoint and Forman trading estates, and into their houses.