How to use Conserved in a sentence
Surely these documents, in many cases unique, must be carefully conserved.
The carbohydrate-binding sites of these lectins consist of two conserved amino acids on beta pleated sheets.
The gene is present in many species - it is evolutionarily conserved.
The numbers of the highly conserved, " TPR signature residues ", are boxed in yellow.
The remarkable buildings and archeological remains are scheduled ancient monuments and are actively conserved by volunteer parties of the National Trust for Scotland.Advertisement
Do we mean that if biodiversity were properly conserved, poverty would go away?
Hard landscaping details such as steps, balustrades, pond copings, statuary and urns should be conserved.
All have four conserved cysteines that probably form two disulfide bonds.
Up to now, evolutionary developmental biology, in its search for conserved molecular factors, has mainly focussed on this compositional aspect.
Highly conserved features, such as coding exons or repeats should be masked to reduce the number of false positive hits.Advertisement
Introns contain conserved splicing signals which ensure fidelity of splicing.
This region includes a conserved histidine followed, two residues later by a glutamate and another histidine.
Fusion peptides are short, relatively hydrophobic sequences that are well conserved within, but not between, virus families.
Most PEPc kinase genes contain a single conserved intron but solanaceous plants have one unusual PEPc kinase gene with a second intron.
The peptide ligand binds at the highly conserved cleft formed at the interface between the two tandem BRCT subdomains.Advertisement
When the Normalize option is checked, the spectral magnitudes are adjusted so that power is conserved.
A series of C -terminal deletions of Rx were made at conserved motifs in the ARC domain.
Two conserved aspects, namely DNA replication and assembly of the icosahedral nucleocapsid, have been extensively studied.
Wild gray partridges should only be shot where they are actively conserved.
Looping of the developing heart tube is a conserved structural rearrangement required to ensure the heart forms properly.Advertisement
Two pairs of PCR primers were designed according to conserved regions of several published, whitefly-transmitted geminivirus sequences.
We are investigating the role of conserved residues in proteins.
The two Fe ions are each coordinated by two conserved cysteine residues.
We've also conserved a number of cans containing cod roe.
A conserved N-terminal threonine is involved in catalysis at each active site.Advertisement
In this way the whole Qi Energy is conserved and stored to be released to restore everyday vitality.
Cryo-electron microscopy reveals conserved and divergent features of Gag packing in immature particles of Rous sarcoma virus and human immunodeficiency virus.
Migration into undisturbed areas of airfields can be encouraged and ponds and wetlands conserved and repaired.
According to Amerigreen, if all households using heating oil used a B5 blend ( 5 percent biodiesel, 95 percent heating oil), 400,000,000 gallons of heating oil could be conserved.
Now, thanks to our society's realization that Earth's resources need to be conserved, people from all walks of life are embracing environmentally friendly homes.
Some rain barrels are sold as interlinking kits that much more water can be saved and conserved.
By keeping foods as close to their original state as possible, the maximum amount of nutrients are conserved.
My two Republic credits are that Qui-Gon was terrified that Anakin would not be trained and so he conserved all his strength to stay alive until Obi-Wan could get to him.
Furs kept in such a condition are not only immune from the ravages of the larvae of moth, but all the natural oils in the pelt and fur are conserved, so that its colour and life are prolonged, and the natural deterioration is arrested.
Those staff not successful would be effectively demoted (albeit with conserved salaries ).
The interests of discipline and doctrine were thus to be conserved.?
Here also are conserved the remains of St Stanislaus, the patron saint of the Poles, who, as bishop of Cracow, was slain before the altar by King Boleslaus in 1079.
For example, in many coal regions the deposits have been conserved in some districts in the synclines or "basins," while they have been removed by denudation from the uplifted anticlines in others.