/tel’net/ 1. The Internet standard protocol for remote login. Runs on top of TCP/IP. Defined in STD 8, RFC 854 and extended with options by many other RFCs. Unix BSD networking software includes a program, telnet, which uses the protocol and acts as a terminal emulator for the remote login session. Sometimes abbreviated to TN. TOPS-10 had a similar program called IMPCOM.
2. The US nationwide network into which one dials to access CompuServe. It was created by John Goltz, one of the founders and system guru of CompuServe. He later worked for Tymshare, one of CompuServe’s big competitors.
1. variant of tele-1 : telodynamic. 1. variant of tele-2 : telophase. combining form 1. complete; final; perfect: telophase 2. end; at the end: telencephalon telo- or tel- pref. End: telophase.
- Telocator alphanumeric protocol
communications, protocol (TAP, or “IXO”, “PET”) A protocol for submitting requests to a pager service. IXO/TAP is an ASCII-based, half-duplex protocol that allows the submission of a numeric or alphanumeric message. Examples, protocol description, clarifications (ftp://mirror.lcs.mit.edu/telecom-archives/technical). See also RFC 1568. (1996-04-07)
adjective, Genetics. 1. of or relating to any chromosome or chromatid whose centromere is positioned at its end, creating one chromosome arm. Compare acentric (def 2), acrocentric, metacentric (def 2). adjective 1. (genetics) (of a chromosome) having the centromere at or close to the end telocentric tel·o·cen·tric (těl’ə-sěn’trĭk, tē’lə-) adj. Of or relating to a […]
telodendron tel·o·den·dron (těl’ə-děn’drən, -drŏn’) n. The terminal arborization of an axon.