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Synonyms for precursor

one that indicates or announces someone or something to come

one that precedes, as in time

Synonyms for precursor

a substance from which another substance is formed (especially by a metabolic reaction)

a person who goes before or announces the coming of another

something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone

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The operation launched to identify and intercept smuggled consignments of chemical precursor to comprehend the domestic movements of chemical precursor in better way and to create risk profiles relating to trafficking of precursor chemical.
The operation is aimed to identify and intercept smuggled consignments of chemical precursor to comprehend the domestic movements of chemical precursor in better way and to create risk profiles relating to trafficking of precursor chemical.
We have a negative experience from the absolute power of SDSM's precursors.
Results of plate experiment demonstrated that precursor and Rhizobium inoculations improved the root / shoot length and mass as compared to control (Table 2).
Mere possession of a precursor chemical or an essential chemical is not equivalent to possession or manufacture of dangerous drugs.
Countries in Africa and Asia where precursors like P-2-P and APAAN are relatively unknown continue to rely on ephedrine and pseudoephedrine to produce top quality methamphetamine.
Recently, there are many literatures about modification of PAN precursors using [gamma]-ray irradiation, but the dose is relatively small which not exceeds 400 kGy.
The individuals registered as business entities are banned to exercise movement and transportation of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors.
This realization prompted the investigators to examine the gene program within sperm precursors.
One drawback of CVD and ALD is that many of the precursors tend to be either pyrophoric or flammable and may be sensitive to air or water.
Drug traffickers therefore frequently target the legal medicines to have an easy source of precursors for methamphetamines.
Compared to plasma created in a vacuum, aePlasma's charged product has sufficient energy to break the molecules of most precursors.
At a Press conference held in the Dubai Police headquarters, Major-General Abdul Rahman Rafi, Director-General of the Department of Community Services, said the two-day forum, which will be held at the Dubai Police Officers Club, will look at issues of chemical precursors and cover legal and economic aspects, training and rehabilitation centres, international cooperation, international experiences and practices.
At present, SGL manufactures precursors via its joint ventures with Lenzing AG (FRA:LEN) and Mitsubishi Rayon Co Ltd that focus on industrial grade carbon fibres.
Blackmond, a team of researchers with the Scripps Research Institute, shows how the precursors to RNA could have formed on Earth before any life existed.