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AcronymDefinition
ZZulu
ZImpedance
ZGMT / UTC (logging abbreviation)
ZEffort (US DoD)
ZZone
ZSpeed Rating (department of transportation maximum tire speed rating of 149+ MPH)
ZZero
ZZoloft (anti-depressant)
ZAll Stop (bell log on a US Navy ship)
ZZusammen
ZAtomic Number (number of protons in nucleus)
ZZodiac
ZFlash (Priority)
ZFlash (logging abbreviation)
ZZenith
ZCorporation (IRB)
ZZorro
ZZillion
ZAzimuth
ZFootlocker (stock symbol)
ZZentner (German 50kg)
ZSet of Integers (math)
ZZulu Time
ZZetta- (prefix, 10^21 or sextillion)
ZCertain Amino Acids (glutamic acid, glutamine or a substance that yields glutamic acid on hydrolysis)
ZZygorhynchus (bacterium)
ZProton Number (physics)
ZSales in Full (newspaper stock table abbreviation)
ZLighter-Than-Air Vehicle (US Military aircraft type designation)
ZZionism/Zionist
ZAdministrative Aircraft (US Navy)
ZRedshift Factor (determines how fast a cosmic object is moving away from Earth)
ZUltra Heavy Nuclei
ZUnit of Sleep
ZZylog, Incorporated
ZBenzyloxycarbonyl Compound
ZZuckung - Contraction
ZAnimalian Sex Chromosome (such as chickens and moths)
ZJet Terminal Area
ZDepth axis in Cartesian coordinate system
ZDiscrete-time complex variable (analogous to S in continuous-time; electrical engineering)
ZCenter of an algebraic group (mathematics)
ZAircraft Symbol Prefix – Planning
References in periodicals archive ?
Their experiments revealed that certain amino acids bind to membranes and stabilize them.
Caption: Cats need to consume certain amino acids that are only found in meat.
Cystine stones, meanwhile, occur in people with a hereditary disorder that causes the kidneys to excrete an excess of certain amino acids.
Using fluorescent tagging, the team discovered that the brain cells, known as tanycytes, are activated within 30 seconds of certain amino acids touching the tongue.
This new study shows the sweet taste receptor, known as T1R, can also be activated by certain amino acids secreted by bacteria.
In his book, he wrote that umami is the tastiness factor in food, specifically identified with certain amino acids including Monosodium Glutamate (MSG).
In cats, the T1R1/ T1R3 amino acid receptors can be stimulated by certain amino acids (BRADSHAW, 2006) and also by pyrophosphate (BRAND & BRYANT, 2012).
Certain amino acids such as proline, glycine, and arginine are also used as ingredients in pharmaceutical products.
Inhibitory effect of certain amino acids on growth of young male rats.
As the AF progresses toward completion, the level of organic nitrogen depletes, as do certain amino acids indispensable for the growth of O.