###### Restriction Fragment Len

- RFLP is an acronym that stands for "Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism. (scienceblogs.com)
- I know a Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism sounds like something that must be impossibly complicated to understand, but if we take the name apart, it's really not so bad. (scienceblogs.com)
- Bhattacharya SS, Wright AF, Clayton JF, Price WH, Phillips CI, McKeown CME, Jay M, Bird AC, Pearson J (1984) Close genetic linkage between X-linked Retinitis pigmentosa and a restriction fragment length polymorphism identified by recombinant DNA probe L1.28. (springer.com)

###### Planck

- In physics, the Planck length, denoted ℓP, is a unit of length, equal to 6965161622900000000♠1.616229(38)×10−35 metres. (wikipedia.org)
- The Planck length can be defined from three fundamental physical constants: the speed of light in a vacuum, the Planck constant, and the gravitational constant. (wikipedia.org)
- The Planck length is about 10−20 times the diameter of a proton. (wikipedia.org)
- Much like the rest of the Planck units, there is currently no proven physical significance of the Planck length. (wikipedia.org)
- The Planck length is believed to be the shortest meaningful length, the limiting distance below which the very notions of space and length cease to exist. (wikipedia.org)
- In some forms of quantum gravity, the Planck length is the length scale at which the structure of spacetime becomes dominated by quantum effects, and it is impossible to determine the difference between two locations less than one Planck length apart. (wikipedia.org)

###### describe

- Many different entrance lengths exist to describe a variety of flow conditions. (wikipedia.org)
- Bivariate analyses were used to describe length of service in terms of foster parent characteristics and the characteristics of children in foster care. (hhs.gov)

###### combines

- Our most advanced haircare product ever, Curlsmith Full Lengths Density Elixir combines the best of hair science with the most naturally stimulating ingredients, to deeply nourish your hair from the source, and help hair cells regenerate while you sleep! (ulta.com)
- Plancks length combines all the constants of nature and gives kind of a length where quantum mechanics and general relitivity breaks down. (physicsforums.com)

###### Measurement

- In most systems of measurement, the unit of length is a base unit, from which other units are derived. (wikipedia.org)
- One of the oldest units of length measurement used in the ancient world was the 'cubit' which was the length of the arm from the tip of the finger to the elbow. (wikipedia.org)
- A horse length, or simply length, is a unit of measurement for the length of a horse from nose to tail, approximately 8 feet (2.4 m). (wikipedia.org)
- Length measurement is implemented in practice in many ways. (wikipedia.org)
- The ruler the simplest kind of length measurement tool: lengths are defined by printed marks or engravings on a stick. (wikipedia.org)
- The basic idea behind a transit-time measurement of length is to send a signal from one end of the length to be measured to the other, and back again. (wikipedia.org)
- Time-of-flight systems for robotics (for example, Laser Detection and Ranging LADAR and Light Detection and Ranging LIDAR) aim at lengths of 10 - 100 m and have an accuracy of about 5 - 10 mm In many practical circumstances, and for precision work, measurement of dimension using transit-time measurements is used only as an initial indicator of length and is refined using an interferometer. (wikipedia.org)
- Pixels are still a canonical measurement on the web though as they are consistently handled, many other lengths map directly to pixels, and JavaScript speaks in pixels. (css-tricks.com)

###### characteristic

- Examples: Reynolds Number Biot number Nusselt number In computational mechanics, a characteristic length is defined to force localization of a stress softening constitutive equation. (wikipedia.org)

###### Search

- The influence of font type and line length on visual search and information retrieval in web pages. (wikipedia.org)

###### short

- Based on this understanding, a common jargon in the antenna trade refers to the achievement of resonance (cancellation of reactance) at the antenna terminals as electrically shortening that too-long antenna (or electrically lengthening a too-short antenna) when an electrical matching network (or antenna tuner) has performed that task without physically altering the antenna's length. (wikipedia.org)
- Strictly speaking, a pair of a long sound and a short sound should be identical except for their length. (wikipedia.org)
- A black and white short from Jean Painlevé which explores the relationships of size and length in organisms. (imdb.com)

###### patterns

- Roughness length is an important concept in urban meteorology as the building of tall structures, such as skyscrapers, has an effect on roughness length and wind patterns. (wikipedia.org)
- Table 4-2 shows contrasting patterns across the three states in the relationship between length of service and foster parent license type, age, and race. (hhs.gov)
- (4) Length of service patterns related to occupancy levels in Oklahoma were inconsistent. (hhs.gov)

###### type

- For conventional books line lengths tend to be 30 times the size of the type, but between 20 and 40 times is considered acceptable (i.e. 30 x 10pt font = 300 pt line). (wikipedia.org)
- The actual number of lengths-per-second varies according to the type of race and the going conditions. (wikipedia.org)
- And is there a link that shows me all character type max lengths? (experts-exchange.com)

###### Data

- In lieu of software, the following equation can be used to roughly estimate Tm: Tm = 59.9 + 0.41*(%GC) - 600/length If designing a primer based on existing sequencing data, choose a priming site that is greater than 50 nucleotides away from the position where new sequence is needed. (bio.net)

###### below

- Length of service was slightly higher for foster parents with greater than the median income than those at or below the median income. (hhs.gov)

###### exist

- Unusually long bond lengths do exist. (wikipedia.org)

###### unit of len

- In the International System of Units (SI), the basic unit of length is the metre and is now defined in terms of the speed of light. (wikipedia.org)
- In a transmission line, a signal travels at a rate controlled by the effective capacitance and inductance per unit of length of the transmission line. (wikipedia.org)
- Since one atomic unit of length(i.e., a Bohr radius) is 52.9177 pm, the C-C bond length is 2.91 atomic units, or approximately three Bohr radii long. (wikipedia.org)

###### Next

- Next i used the formula for arc length. (physicsforums.com)

###### shows

- The figure shows schematically how length is determined using a Michelson interferometer: the two panels show a laser source emitting a light beam split by a beam splitter (BS) to travel two paths. (wikipedia.org)
- In vivo analysis of telomere elongation kinetics shows that telomerase does not act on every telomere in each cell cycle but that it exhibits an increasing preference for telomeres as their lengths decline. (springer.com)
- Table 4-3 shows more consistent relationships across states between length of service and the characteristics of foster care provided. (hhs.gov)

###### possible

- Rail lengths are made as long as possible, as the joints between rails are a source of weakness. (wikipedia.org)

###### several

- There are several units that are used to measure length. (wikipedia.org)

###### word

- A morpheme may be reduced to length plus nasalization, in which case a word might be transcribed [saː̃]. (wikipedia.org)
- My guess is that for many of you, that word is "length. (scienceblogs.com)

###### value

- in a national hunt race on heavy going, where horses are assumed to be moving more slowly, the value is four lengths-per-second. (wikipedia.org)
- There are quite a few properties in CSS that take a length as a value. (css-tricks.com)

###### approximately

- Median length of service was approximately 8 months in both New Mexico and Oregon, and approximately 14 months in Oklahoma. (hhs.gov)