[hoh-mee-uh-boks] /ˈhoʊ mi əˌbɒks/
any of a group of genes whose function is to divide the early embryo into bands of cells with the potential to become specific organs or tissues.
noun 1. the main office of a company. 2. (initial capital letters) the governmental department in Great Britain dealing with domestic matters, as elections, naturalization, and the control of police. 3. a work or office space set up in a person’s home and used exclusively for business on a regular basis. noun 1. (Brit, government) […]
- Home of the hirsel
/hjuːm; ˈhɜːsəl/ noun 1. Baron, title of Sir Alec Douglas-Home, formerly 14th Earl of Home. 1903–95, British Conservative statesman: he renounced his earldom to become prime minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1963–64); foreign secretary (1970–74)
- Homeometric autoregulation
homeometric autoregulation ho·me·o·met·ric autoregulation (hō’mē-ə-mět’rĭk) n. Autoregulation of the strength of ventricular contraction by mechanisms or agents that do not depend upon change in the end diastolic fiber length.
[hoh-mee-uh-mawrf] /ˈhoʊ mi əˌmɔrf/ noun 1. any of the crystalline minerals characterized by a particular kind of .