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*  HIST1H1B
Transcripts from this gene lack polyA tails but instead contain a palindromic termination element. This gene is found in the ...
*  Tones on Tail
"Tones on Tail". AllMusic. Retrieved 10 October 2011. Ned Raggett. "Pop - Tones on Tail". AllMusic. Retrieved 10 October 2011. ... There also are hints of Tones on Tail, his doom-and-dance-pop side project. https://www.discogs.com/Tones-On-Tail-Tones-On-Tail ... Tones on Tail at AllMusic Tones on Tail discography at Discogs. ... Tones on Tail was a British post-punk band formed in 1982, ... www.discogs.com/Tones-On-Tail-Christian-Says/master/61717 Molitor, Mike (14 January 1991). "Tones on Tail". The Michigan Daily ...
*  Protein primary structure
Instead of a simple methyl group, the myristoyl group has a tail of 14 hydrophobic carbons, which make it ideal for anchoring ...
*  Tail
... have tail-like appendages that are sometimes referred to as tails. Tailed objects are sometimes referred to as "caudate" and ... detached tail or left with only the tail while the lizard flees. Tails cast in this manner generally grow back over time, ... Tails are also used for social signaling. Some deer species flash the white underside of their tails to warn other nearby deer ... As the embryo develops into a fetus, the tail is absorbed by the growing body. Infrequently, a child is born with a '"soft tail ...
*  Tail Spin
ISBN 0-8-1081-746-2. Tail Spin at the TCM Movie Database Tail Spin on IMDb Tail Spin at AllMovie Tail Spin at the American Film ... Tail Spin (a.k.a. Tailspin) is a 1939 aviation film. The screenplay was written by Frank Wead and directed by Roy Del Ruth. It ... Lee Tail Spin centered on the "Powder Puff Derby" that was part of the 1939 Cleveland Air Races. Some of the crashes in the ... In order to publicize Tail Spin, the studio sent a bevy of starlets that accompanied a group of women flyers on a tour of 25 ...
*  Wet-tail
... is a disease in the animal's intestines caused by the bacteria, Lawsonia intracellularis. Wet-tail is a stress related ... Wet-tail or proliferative ileitis, is a disease of hamsters. It is precipitated by stress. Even with treatment, the animal can ... The sick animal should be kept in a cage by itself so that others do not catch the disease-wet tail can be very contagious so ... The main symptom is the animal has a wet tail, matted with faeces. Other signs of the disease are: Smell/ foul odor Diarrhea ...
*  Spotted Tail
... married and had children. Eugene Ware, a Fort Laramie army officer, wrote that Spotted Tail's daughter, Ah-ho-appa ... The young man took his warrior name, Spotted Tail, after receiving a gift of a raccoon tail from a white trapper; he sometimes ... Spotted Tail's flaunting of his presumed power was brought to a head when he stole the wife of a crippled man. When told by a ... Spotted Tail's father, Cunka or Tangle Hair, was from the Saône band, and his mother, Walks-with-the-Pipe, was a Brulé. He was ...
*  Yellow-tail
The yellow-tail, goldtail moth or swan moth (Euproctis similis) is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is distributed throughout ... "Yellow tail moth caterpillar from Talangama wetlands, Sri Lanka". flickr.com. Retrieved 15 June 2016. Strand, E. in Seitz, A. ... "Yellow-tail Euproctis similis". UKMoths. Retrieved 19 November 2016. Colour Atlas of Siberian Lepidoptera Fonseka , Avijja. " ... Bernard Colour Identification Guide to Moths of the British Isles 1984 Yellow-tail at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera pages (Funet ...
*  Comet tail
The tail of dust is left behind in the comet's orbit in such a manner that it often forms a curved tail called the antitail, ... at some distance along the ion tail, magnetic reconnection occurs. This leads to a "tail disconnection event". This has been ... A comet tail-and coma-are features visible in comets when they are illuminated by the Sun and may become visible from Earth ... The ion tail is the result of ultraviolet radiation ejecting electrons off particles in the coma. Once the particles have been ...
*  Tail (song)
"Tail" is the first single by Powderfinger from their debut album Parables for Wooden Ears. The music video for "Tail" appeared ...
*  Tail lift
Using a tail lift can make it unnecessary to use machinery such as a forklift truck to load heavy items on to a vehicle. A tail ... Tail lifts are most often categorized by design type. Tail lift design types include Parallel Arm, Railgate, Column, Cantilever ... A tail lift (term used in the UK, also called a "liftgate" in North America) is a mechanical device permanently installed on ... The majority of tail lifts are hydraulic or pneumatic in operation, although they can be mechanical, and are controlled by an ...
*  Tail call
Tail recursion (or tail-end recursion) is particularly useful, and often easy to handle in implementations. Tail calls can be ... "What is difference between tail calls and tail recursion?", Stack Overflow "What limitations does the JVM impose on tail-call ... thanks to tail call elimination, can also be called 'properly tail-recursive'. Besides space and execution efficiency, tail ... Implementing tail call elimination only for tail recursion, rather than for all tail calls, is something significantly easier. ...
*  Chasing Tail
... is an American television reality TV show airing on The History Channel. It follows pest control specialists in ...
*  Tiger tail
Tigers have a variety of uses for their tails. When jumping, they use their tails as rudders. Their tails help them balance ... A tiger tail is part of the morphology of a tiger. The natural pattern of the colouration of a tiger's tail depends largely on ... Korean proverbs include "If you tread on the tail of a tiger, you'll know it," and "It is hard to let go the tail of a tiger." ... Tail length also varies between subspecies. The tails of Bengal tigers are shorter than those of Siberian tigers, which, in ...
*  Prehensile tail
A prehensile tail is the tail of an animal that has adapted to be able to grasp or hold objects. Fully prehensile tails can be ... They have weakly prehensile tails. Monito del monte. A small South American marsupial with a prehensile tail. Prehensile-tailed ... All have prehensile tails. Rats have been known to be able to wrap the tail around an object after running around it, therefore ... If the tail cannot be used for this it is considered only partially prehensile - such tails are often used to anchor an ...
*  Tail Schoonjans
... (born 19 August 1986) is a Belgian professional footballer, who is currently playing for Grimbergen in the ... voetbal international profile Tail Schoonjans at Soccerway. ...
*  Pelikan tail
Cruciform tail T-tail Twin tail V-tail Evan Hadingham (2003-01-01). "Winner Take All (All the nail biting, second guessing, and ... The Pelikan tail is an experimental tail design for fighter jets. Originally conceived by Ralph Pelikan, who was hired by ... This, and other factors made them use a four-post tail instead. Virginia Tech students built a Pelikan tail model and got ... Paper on the 42nd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit explaining the construction of a Pelikan tail model Archived 2006 ...
*  Summer's Tail
Actually, we all have a tail, which is also trying to keep us happy. What is the purpose of that tail? Finding your own ... Summer's Tail on IMDb Summer's Tail at AllMovie Official site. ... Summer's Tail (Chinese: 夏天的尾巴) is a 2007 Taiwanese film ... This demonstrates the ability to make oneself feel joy in living, which is a great gift from above, just like a tail, which you ... Summer's Tail Official Website http://en.summertail.com/contentbypermalink/d773446e3004bf0172b57a3b51252221 ...
*  Tidal tail
A tidal tail is a thin, elongated region of stars and interstellar gas that extends into space from a galaxy. Tidal tails occur ... Within those galaxies which have tidal tails, approximately 10% of the galaxy's stellar formation takes place in the tail. ... while other systems have only one tail. Most tidal tails are slightly curved due to the rotation of the host galaxies. Those ... Arc-shaped tidal tails in galaxy 3C186. Mihos, Christopher J.; et al. (1993). "Modeling the Spatial Distribution of Star ...
*  Tail (horse)
... also shortens the skirt of the tail, and a false tail makes the tail look a more natural length. False tails are currently ... Modern tail setting to raise the tail involves placing the dock of the tail in a harness-like device that causes it to be ... Tail-breaking for high-set tails is no longer used, and tail-nicking is banned in a few states. In certain Iberian-descended ... In many cases, the check ligament of the tail is nicked or cut prior to placing the tail in a set. The tail obtains the desired ...
*  Bolt Tail
... is a headland in Devon, England. It is located immediately to the southwest of Hope Cove in the South Hams district, ... Bolt Tail marks the western end of a coastal walk through National Trust land to Salcombe, via Bolberry Down and Bolt Head at ... Bolt Tail is the site of an Iron Age promontory fort, although little evidence now remains of this structure, it occupied a ... Report of a dive in "Submereged" [1] Walks around Bolt Tail Coordinates: 50°14′32″N 3°52′00″W / 50.24229°N 3.86655°W / ...
*  Tail hook
... may refer to: Tailhook - used on carrier based aircraft as a means to slow or halt the plane. Bondage hook#Tail hook ...
*  Long tail
Anderson, Chris (27 June 2008). "Excellent HBR piece challenging the Long Tail". The Long Tail Blog. "Rethinking the Long Tail ... The Long Tail TV: Conclusion. The Long Tail Blog. January 17, 2005. Elberse, Anita (July 2008). "Should You Invest in the Long ... Use of the phrase the long tail in business as "the notion of looking at the tail itself as a new market" of consumers was ... In support of their findings, Wenqi Zhou and Wenjing Duan not only find a longer tail but also a fatter tail by an in-depth ...
*  Outboard tail
An outboard tail is a type of aircraft tail or empennage which is split in two, with each half mounted on a short boom just ... If the wing is swept, then the boom can be very short and the front of the tail may overlap the rear of the wing. The tail ... An outboard tail is located outboard of the main wing tips. Although sometimes described as tailless, the outboard tail ... In the outboard tail configuration, the tail surfaces are positioned so that they interact constructively with the upwash ...
*  Cotton Tail
"Cotton Tail" is the theme song for "The Art of Jazz," a music history radio program hosted by Ken Wiley on KPLU-FM. Wiley plays ... "Cotton Tail" is a 1940 composition by Duke Ellington. It is based on the rhythm changes from George Gershwin's "I Got Rhythm". ... Slide Hampton's arrangement of "Cotton Tail" on Dee Dee Bridgewater's 1997 album Dear Ella won him the Grammy Award for Best ... Originally an instrumental, "Cotton Tail" later had lyrics written for it by Ellington. Later, more lyrics were written, based ...