flavin mononucleotide or flavine mononucleotide
A derivative of riboflavin that condenses with adenine nucleotide to form flavin adenine dinucleotide and that acts as a coenzyme of various flavoproteins.
masc. proper name, from Latin Flavius, a Roman gens name, related to flavus “golden-yellow, blond” (see blue), and probably originally meaning “yellow-haired.”
/ˈfleɪvɪˌvaɪrəs/ noun 1. a type of arbovirus that causes a wide range of diseases in humans, including yellow fever, dengue, and West Nile fever. It is spread by ticks or mosquitoes flavivirus fla·vi·vi·rus (flā’və-vī’rəs) n. An arbovirus of the genus Flavivirus. Flavivirus Fla·vi·vi·rus n. A genus of arboviruses of the family Togaviridae, the type species […]
1. a combining form meaning “yellow,” used in the formation of compound words (flavopurpurin); in some biochemical terms, specialized in meaning to indicate flavin, (flavoprotein). flavo- or flav- pref.
[fley-voh-bak-teer-ee-uh] /ˌfleɪ voʊ bækˈtɪər i ə/ plural noun, singular flavobacterium [fley-voh-bak-teer-ee-uh m] /ˌfleɪ voʊ bækˈtɪər i əm/ (Show IPA). Bacteriology. 1. rod-shaped, aerobic to facultatively anaerobic of the genus Flavobacterium, inhabiting soil and water.