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Synonyms for bound form

a morpheme that occurs only as part of a larger construction

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The other phenolic acids were prevalent in the bound form. However, only ferulic, isoferulic, p-coumaric acids were predominant in the various fractions of wheat bran.
In summary, the present study demonstrated that diets with the lowest levels of starch and the highest levels of fat and NDF could promote PCr degradation at early postmortem metabolism, decreased muscle glycolytic flux via a reduction of the proportion of bound form of glycolytic enzymes.
Bound forms, which are linked to a record source like a table or query, can be used to add or edit data in the record source.
The free and bound forms can be directly measured by a variety of methods, or a mathematical formula can be used to calculate the percentage of free testosterone, based on the values for total testosterone, SHBG, and albumin.
Army transport outward bound form Port Angeles with a cargo of newsprint, and sank her with a single torpedo.
Here the role of chemical and physical stimuli, when ligands are present in the soluble or bound form in activating the biological system is extensively reviewed.
Enzymatic hydrolysis of glycosaminoglycans did not release free silicic acid but rather yielded products of lower molecular weight, still containing silicon in bound form. Even disaccharides of chondroitin sulfate A contained significant amounts of silicon in bound form.
"In the serum, PSA circulates in a bound form like scissors inside a case.
In their bound form, they have come to be known as oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes, or OPC's.
102 where "phrase" is called for (a binome being properly a two-syllable word like feicui or hudie in which one of the elements is a bound form), and the mistaken regnal dates for the Tang emperors Gaozong and Xuanzong on p.
* The availability of comprehensive supplemental materials, including a set of positioning and anatomy aids on CD-ROM, slide/tape presentations, student workbooks, instructor manuals and test questions on computer disk and in bound form. (These supplemental materials were not available for review.)
This transcendent image is the product of a communion of tightly bound form and formlessness, design and spontaneity.
The following notebooks survive in bound form; there are thirty-two leaves missing from the next one, and fewer and fewer of these depredations occur through the other three notebooks included in Volume 3.
Grape volatiles and their precursors C6 compounds: The [C.sub.6] alcohols--namely 1-hexanol, trans-2-hexenol, trans-3-hexenol, and cis-3-hexenol--were present in both free and bound form. However, the [C.sub.6] aldehydes hexanal and trarts-2-hexenal were found in free form only.