By J. R. Clark-Hall
The dictionary is beneficial if the phrases you're looking for are indexed. I needless to say to have a dictionary of each model of the outdated english language isn't really possible yet why checklist a observe with a "see [such and any such word]" if the note you are attempting to work out isn't really indexed?
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The drug is added to a container of agar containing a special strain of Salmonella bacteria that require the amino acid histidine for growth. If the xenobiotic is mutagenic and interacts with the DNA of the bacteria, some mutant strains able to grow without histidine will arise and colonies of bacteria appear on the agar. amine Any one of a group of organic compounds derived by replacing one or more of the hydrogen atoms in ammonia by organic groups. g. methylamine, CH3NH2. They contain the functional group NH2 (the amino group).
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