complete transduction n.
Transduction in which the transferred genetic fragment is fully integrated in the genome of the recipient bacterium.
- Complete unification
programming W.P. Weijland’s name for unification without occur check. (1996-01-11)
[kuh m-plee-tist] /kəmˈpli tɪst/ noun 1. a person who attempts to complete a collection or set, especially a collector who wants to collect an example of every item in a particular field: This recording is a must for obsessive Sinatra completists. I’d only recommend this movie to Hepburn completists. 2. (def 1). /kəmˈpliːtɪst/ noun 1. […]
[adjective, verb kuh m-pleks, kom-pleks; noun kom-pleks] /adjective, verb kəmˈplɛks, ˈkɒm plɛks; noun ˈkɒm plɛks/ adjective 1. composed of many interconnected parts; compound; composite: a complex highway system. 2. characterized by a very complicated or involved arrangement of parts, units, etc.: complex machinery. 3. so complicated or intricate as to be hard to understand or […]
- Complex absence
complex absence n. Paroxysmal impairment of consciousness that may be accompanied by other abnormalities such as atonia, automatisms, hypertonicity, myoclonus, episodes of coughing or sneezing, and vasomotor changes.