[koh-rah-nuh, kaw-] /koʊˈrɑ nə, kɔ-/
[hahr goh-bind] /hɑr ˈgoʊ bɪnd/ (Show IPA), 1922–2011, U.S. biochemist and researcher in genetics, born in India: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1968.
Khorana Kho·ra·na (kō-rä’nə), Har Gobind. Born 1922.
Indian-born American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes.
Indian-born American biochemist. He developed one of the first artificial genes and determined the sequence of nucleic acids for each of the 20 amino acids in the human body. He shared a 1968 Nobel prize for his studies of the genetic code.
[kuh-pyawr; Russian khuh-pyawr] /kəˈpyɔr; Russian xəˈpyɔr/ noun 1. a river in S European Russia, flowing S to the Don River. 625 miles (1006 km) long.
- Kiddie cam
noun a surveillance camera by which parents can watch children and/or their caregivers from a remote location; also called nanny cam , [kid cam] See nanny cam
[kid-ee] /ˈkɪd i/ noun 1. a toy vehicle for a small child, having three wheels and pushed with the feet. 2. a small tricycle.
noun, Informal. 1. .