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* β-Lactams not fused to any other ring are named monobactams.
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β-Lactams cannot bind as effectively to these altered PBPs, and, as a result, the β-lactams are less effective at disrupting cell wall synthesis.
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at any rate, heat grew so intense in the main part of the house that it melted the window panes, and fused the K'ang-si pottery to cinders.
Guests would often ask for their " free rolls " and the words became fused together and expanded to mean any complimentary gaming bonus.
As with other members of the Lamiales the flowers have a ( usually ) zygomorphic corolla whose petals are fused into a tube and there is no one character that separates a gesneriad from any other member of Lamiales.
Individual Lithops plants consist of one or more pairs of bulbous, almost fused leaves opposite to each other and hardly any stem.
A garnet and glass doublet uses a top portion of natural garnet fused to any color of glass to imitate a gem.
Before the Harrington rod was invented, scoliosis patients had their spines fused without any instrumentation to support it ; such fusions required many months in plaster casts, and large curvatures could progress despite fusion.
These — and the descendants of the Lombards — who became fused with earlier Italian ethnic groups — conspired against, fought, and eventually destroyed any attempt to create a dominant political order in Italy.
The seed cones are the largest of any juniper, berry-like but hard and dry, green ripening in about 25 months to dark purple-brown with a pale blue waxy coating ; they are ovoid to spherical, 20-27 mm long and 20-25 mm diameter, and have six or nine fused scales in 2-3 whorls, each scale with a slightly raised apex.
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This accompanied or facilitated other important evolutionary developments: the bilaterian body plan ; the coelom, an internal cavity that provided space for a circulatory system and, in some animals, formed a hydrostatic skeleton which enables worm-like animals to burrow ; metamerism, in which the body was built of repeated " modules " which could later specialize, for example the heads of most arthropods are composed of fused, specialized segments.
While fused quartz ( primarily composed of SiO < sub > 2 </ sub >) is used for some special applications, it is not very common due to its high glass transition temperature of over 1200 ° C ( 2192 ° F ).< ref > Normally, other substances are added to simplify processing.
House music has also fused with several other genres creating fusion subgenres, such as Euro house and tech house.
The genre still remains popular and fused into other subgenres which are popular, as the DJ mag poll has been dominated by House DJs since the beginning of the polls.
For example, in the Homininae, two chromosomes fused to produce human chromosome 2 ; this fusion did not occur in the lineage of the other apes, and they retain these separate chromosomes.
Other distinguishing characteristics that set Pteranodon apart from other pterosaurs include narrow neural spines on the vertebrae, plate-like bony ligaments strengthening the vertebrae above the hip, and a relatively short tail in which the last few vertebrae are fused into a long rod.
Current predictions state that at around 10 < sup > 14 </ sup > GeV the three aforementioned forces are fused into a single unified field, Beyond this " grand unification ," it is speculated that it may be possible to merge gravity with the other three gauge symmetries, expected to occur at roughly 10 < sup > 19 </ sup > GeV.
1996 saw the appearance of two notable albums: Smoochy, which fused pop and electronica with bossa nova and other South American forms, and 1996, which featured a number of previously released pieces arranged for solo piano, accompanied with violin and cello.
Humans and other higher primates such as chimpanzees, along with horses, usually have a single completely fused uterus, although in some individuals the uteri may not have completely fused.
The perianth is composed of two whorls, a fused tubular calyx, and a tubular corolla with one lobe larger than the other two.
The IWW continued illegally operating with the aim of freeing its class war prisoners and briefly fused with two other radical tendencies – from the old Socialist parties and Trades Halls – to form a larval communist party at the suggestion of the militant revolutionist and Council Communist Adela Pankhurst.
Different groups of plants have other modifications, the so-called stone fruits ( such as the peach ) have a hardened fruit layer ( the endocarp ) fused to and surrounding the actual seed.
These unstable isotopes either decayed or fused with other nuclei to make one of the stable isotopes.
Unlike other sponges, they tend to be present as individuals, rather than forming large fused colonies.
During the Greco-Roman period ( 332 BC − AD 639 ), Egyptian literature was translated into other languages, and Greco-Roman literature fused with native art into a new style of writing.
Massive Attack used guest vocalists, interspersed with Del Naja and Marshall's ( initially Tricky's ) own sprechgesang stylings, on top of what became regarded as an essentially British creative sampling production ; a trademark sound that fused down-tempo hip hop, soul, reggae and other eclectic references, musical and lyrical.
" The Cuban super group Irakere fused bebop and funk with batá drums and other Afro-Cuban folkloric elements.
As in other flightless birds and some other flighted parrots, the furcula is not fused, but consists of a pair of clavicles lying in contact with each coracoid.
Once fused to a female, the males will reach sexual maturity, developing large testicles as their other organs atrophy.
Hailing from Crisp, Texas, Tubb was a fan of Jimmie Rodgers and fused Western swing, which had been using electric guitars for years, with other " country " sounds.