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Synonyms for mass

Synonyms for mass

Synonyms for mass

an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)

a body of matter without definite shape

the property of something that is great in magnitude

a musical setting for a Mass

a sequence of prayers constituting the Christian Eucharistic rite

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join together into a mass or collect or form a mass

formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole

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The cells significantly overlapped after slicing of paraffin cell mass, which affected the counting of red signals in the cell nucleus and led to a false negative result; and (2) the patients may have malignant tumors that were not detected.
Maximum specific rate of cell mass formation ( m) was determined from a double reciprocal plot: 1/ vs 1/s (substrate) which was equal to intercept on ordinate (1/ m).
In humans, pancreatic acinar cells can serve as progenitor for pancreatic islets; a concept with substantial implications for therapeutic efforts to increase insulin producing beta cell mass in diabetic patients (Gao et al.
The normal allocation and integrity of inner cell mass between IMO produced blastocyst and SOFaaBSA alone after differential staining was significantly different (Figure 3).
Although, the results presented are from experiments in mice without any metabolic disorder, it is clear that they provide new advances in the understanding of the molecular mechanisms that control the cell cycle and proliferation of pancreatic [beta]-cells which are critical components to the maintenance of cell mass.
The zinc concentrations in blood of normal newborns, in cell mass and serum was 28.
Other volumetric rates Qx, Qs and Qp in g L-1 h-1 were calculated by graphs using M-stat software by using the values of cell mass formation, substrate consumption and product formation.
Cells derived from the inner cell mass of a human blastocyst which in vitro are able to give rise to all different cell types, but cannot develop into an embryo on their own
Cell aggregates and the liquid medium were separated as previously mentioned and the fresh cell mass was determined after the cells were harvested.
In this case, we can say: after the samples dried and their water weight diminished, the dry weight of plant parts remains, the main difference of yield is the existing water on new plant tissue between stress levels, and this water is for cell growth, until cell mass reaches its own maximum value, but the dry weight of these organs are equal with each other.