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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-19 issue of Nature which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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85598 tokens ‧ 56911 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7005 types ‧ 105 (~ 1.499%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-19[edit]

  1. akepa
    • 2009 February 18, J. Michael Scott et al., “Protecting the Hawaiian akepa population”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457956b, page 956: 
      Email: mscott@uidaho.edu Department of Fish and Wildlife, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho 83844-1141, USA Sir Your News story 'Feathers fly over Hawaiian bird' (Nature 456 , 682–683; 2008 ) raises important questions about the population status of the endangered Hawaii akepa (Loxops coccineus) in the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge in Hawaii.
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  2. alamethicin
    • 2009 February 18, Robert O. Fox, “ObituaryFrederic Richards (1925–2009)”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457976a, page 976: 
      My abiding memory of Fred Richards is the grin on his face when I showed him the alamethicin crystals I had grown for my PhD thesis, and his look of pride on seeing the version of the Richards box that I had built to fit the alamethicin model.
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  3. amyloidogenesis
  4. antiregulated
  5. apoptosome
  6. autodial
    • 2009 February 18, T. F. Davenport, “Penance”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/4571046a, page 1046: 
      Then he takes out his phone and stabs the autodial.
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  7. barcoded
  8. bidisperse
  9. bignose
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      The fish concerned are the tapetails, bignose fishes and whalefishes, which respectively are currently assigned to the families Mirapinnidae, Megalomycteridae and Cetomimidae.
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  10. bignoses
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      Johnson et al. conclude, then, that tapetails, bignoses and whalefishes are in fact larvae, males and females of members of the family Cetomimidae.
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  11. blowdowns
  12. blueward
  13. boutons *
  14. centriprep
    • 2009 February 19, Todd McLaughlin Anatoly Nikolaev & Marc Tessier-Lavigne Leary, “APP binds DR6 to trigger axon pruning and neuron death via distinct caspases”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07767, pages 981-989: 
      In brief, conditioned medium derived from sensory axons maintained in Campenot chambers or ventral spinal cord explants in explant culture (with or without trophic deprivation) was concentrated tenfold using centriprep centrifugal filters (Millipore), resolved in 4–20% gels under non-reducing conditions, and blotted with DR6–AP in alkaline phosphatase binding buffer.
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  15. cetomimids
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      Johnson et al. have explored the possibility that the mirapinnids and megalomycterids are in fact pre-juvenile and adult male cetomimids, respectively.
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  16. chemisorptions
  17. clonable
  18. clonotypic
  19. colliculuses
    • 2009 February 19, Todd McLaughlin Anatoly Nikolaev & Marc Tessier-Lavigne Leary, “APP binds DR6 to trigger axon pruning and neuron death via distinct caspases”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07767, pages 981-989: 
      Using landmarks such as the termination zone, unique arbors, or the edge of the superior colliculus, these data were transposed from photos of sections to photos of the wholemount superior colliculuses in dorsal view, resulting in a grid of 100- m squares covering each superior colliculus.
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  20. commissural
  21. compartmented
  22. cordycepin
  23. depressionary
    • 2009 February 18, Bill Emmott, “Recession Watch: Old lessons for a new economics”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457964a, pages 964-965: 
      Facts did change during several of the financial crises of the 1990s — in Japan, Mexico, east Asia, Brazil and elsewhere — when depressionary tendencies were seen, yet minds still stuck wrongly to the old orthodoxies.
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  24. detunable
  25. dextrality
  26. endomesodermal
  27. endplates
  28. excitoprotective
  29. ferrofluids
    • 2009 February 19, Randall M. Erb et al., “Magnetic assembly of colloidal superstructures with multipole symmetry”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07766, pages 999-1002: 
      In this work, we have demonstrated that nonmagnetic particles as small as 200 nm in diameter can be assembled into complex arrangements; however, theoretical predictions and preliminary experimental tests have shown that particles smaller than this can be manipulated using other magnetic particles and ferrofluids 23 .
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  30. fishapod
    • 2009 February 18, Neil Shubin, “In search of adventure”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457966a, page 966: 
      He uses as his examples Eugène Dubois's discovery of the Java Man fossils, the Cambrian radiation of animal phyla, the origin of birds, the impact theory for mass extinction, and the fishapod, Tiktaalik, including my own work with Ted Daeschler and Farish A. Jenkins.
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  31. glycolytic
  32. hexanediol
  33. hopanes
    • 2009 February 18, Nora Noffke, “Journal club”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457939e, page 939: 
      Detailed laboratory analyses extracted biomarkers called hopanes, possibly attributable to cyanobacteria, as well as steranes, biomolecules typically found in eukaryotes (J. R. Waldbauer et al.
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  34. huntingtin
  35. litotically
  36. lophotrochozoans
    • 2008 December 21, Nipam H. Patel Cristina Grande, “Nodal signalling is involved in left–right asymmetry in snails”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07603, pages 1007-1011: 
      To determine whether nodal is also present in other lophotrochozoans, we also identified a potential orthologue of nodal in the annelid Capitella species I, and further phylogenetic analyses confirmed the close relationship between this sequence and those of the gastropod and deuterostome Nodal proteins (Supplementary Figs 1a and 2 ).
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  37. magnetoresistive
  38. magnetostatic
  39. megalomycterid
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      It turns out that the only known and holotype specimen of the deep-sea megalomycterid Megalomycter teevani is actually a 'transforming mirapinnid' — that is, a larva caught in the act of metamorphosis into the next stage.
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  40. megalomycterids
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      Johnson et al. have explored the possibility that the mirapinnids and megalomycterids are in fact pre-juvenile and adult male cetomimids, respectively.
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  41. mesentoblast
    • 2008 December 21, Nipam H. Patel Cristina Grande, “Nodal signalling is involved in left–right asymmetry in snails”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07603, pages 1007-1011: 
      The bilateral axis is visible in snails at the 32- to 64-cell stage, when the macromere of the D quadrant, 3D, produces mesentoblast 4d, which subsequently divides in a bilateral fashion to form paired stem cells that will give rise to the mesodermal germ bands 13 .
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  42. methylguanosine
  43. micromeres
  44. microstrip
    • 2009 February 19, Nicola De Zanche David O. Brunner et al., “Travelling-wave nuclear magnetic resonance”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07752, pages 994-998: 
      Balanis, C. A. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design 2nd edn, Ch. 14 (Wiley, 2005 ) Bogdanov, G. & Ludwig, R. Coupled microstrip line transverse electromagnetic resonator model for high-field magnetic resonance imaging .
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  45. mirapinnid
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      Similarly, the holotype of the deep-sea mirapinnid Parataeniophorus gulosus is an early transforming male specimen, which would also have metamorphosed into a megalomycterid.
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  46. mirapinnids
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      Johnson et al. have explored the possibility that the mirapinnids and megalomycterids are in fact pre-juvenile and adult male cetomimids, respectively.
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  47. nanotubule
  48. necromass
  49. neurobasal
  50. neurofibrillary
  51. neurofilament
  52. octupoles
    • 2009 February 19, Randall M. Erb et al., “Magnetic assembly of colloidal superstructures with multipole symmetry”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07766, pages 999-1002: 
      The resulting multipolar geometries resemble electrostatic charge configurations such as axial quadrupoles ('Saturn rings'), axial octupoles ('flowers'), linear quadrupoles (poles) and mixed multipole arrangements ('two tone'), which represent just a few examples of the type of structure that can be built using this technique.
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  53. palaeoecological
    • 2009 February 18, Helene C. Muller-Landau, “Carbon cycleSink in the African jungle”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457969a, pages 969-970: 
      In fact, palaeoecological and archaeological evidence increasingly documents the long disturbance histories of today's 'undisturbed' tropical forests 6 .
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  54. pbk
  55. phorbol
  56. photometered
  57. prodegenerative
  58. pseudocoloured
  59. quasioptical
  60. recombinantly
  61. retinocollicular
  62. ribonucleoside
    • 2009 January 25, Christophe Malabat Helen Neil & Zhenyu Xu Aubenton-Carafa, “Widespread bidirectional promoters are the major source of cryptic transcripts in yeast”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07747, pages 1038-1042: 
      Cells were then collected, washed in cold water, re-suspended in 12 ml of cold breaking buffer containing 0.1 M Tris-HCl, pH 8, 0.1 M NaCl, 20 mM ribonucleoside vanadyl complex (New England Biolabs), 2 protease inhibitors cocktail ( Complete , Roche) and 300 U ml -1 of rRNasin (Promega), and then frozen as drops in liquid nitrogen.
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  63. riboprobes
  64. scattergun
  65. secretase *
  66. secretases *
  67. selfing
    • 2009 February 18, “Evolution: All for self”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457938e, page 938: 
      By sequencing 39 nuclear genes from specimens of the selfing Capsella rubella and its outcrossing progenitor Capsella grandiflora, they estimate that the move in this species happened within the past 20,000 years.
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  68. semiflexible
  69. shorth
  70. sigmoidal
  71. sinistrality
  72. steranes
    • 2009 February 18, Nora Noffke, “Journal club”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457939e, page 939: 
      Detailed laboratory analyses extracted biomarkers called hopanes, possibly attributable to cyanobacteria, as well as steranes, biomolecules typically found in eukaryotes (J. R. Waldbauer et al.
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  73. stomodeal
    • 2008 December 21, Nipam H. Patel Cristina Grande, “Nodal signalling is involved in left–right asymmetry in snails”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07603, pages 1007-1011: 
      Dorsal ( j ) and posterior ( k ) views of an embryo in which the asymmetric ectodermal expression of Pitx is undetectable (orange arrowhead in j and k show where expression would be expected), although the stomodeal (orange arrow in j ) and visceral (orange triangle in k ) domain expression of Pitx is normal.
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  74. summated
    • 2009 January 14, Jason S. Rothman et al., “Synaptic depression enables neuronal gain control”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07604, pages 1015-1018: 
      Because GCs receive an average of four MF inputs, and often require more than one input to fire 35, 36 , AMPAR conductance trains (and NMDAR conductance trains) from four statistically different PSTs were summated together at each input frequency (f) before injection into GCs by means of dynamic-clamp as described below.
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  75. superparticle
  76. synaptophysin
  77. tapetails
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      The fish concerned are the tapetails, bignose fishes and whalefishes, which respectively are currently assigned to the families Mirapinnidae, Megalomycteridae and Cetomimidae.
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  78. telescopefishes
  79. tetratags
  80. transpeptidation
  81. trochoblast
  82. unannotated
  83. unclonable
  84. uncollapsed
  85. unfractionated
  86. vibratome
  87. whalefishes
    • 2009 February 18, Rory Howlett, “TaxonomyThree into one will go”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/457973a, page 973: 
      The fish concerned are the tapetails, bignose fishes and whalefishes, which respectively are currently assigned to the families Mirapinnidae, Megalomycteridae and Cetomimidae.
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  88. wholemount
    • 2009 February 19, Todd McLaughlin Anatoly Nikolaev & Marc Tessier-Lavigne Leary, “APP binds DR6 to trigger axon pruning and neuron death via distinct caspases”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/nature07767, pages 981-989: 
      Using landmarks such as the termination zone, unique arbors, or the edge of the superior colliculus, these data were transposed from photos of sections to photos of the wholemount superior colliculuses in dorsal view, resulting in a grid of 100- m squares covering each superior colliculus.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. kynurenic
  2. neurodivinity - zero Google hits
    • 2009 February 18, T. F. Davenport, “Penance”, Nature, volume 457, number 7232, DOI:10.1038/4571046a, page 1046: 
      Unable to maintain it, the dwindling parish had no choice but to sell: either to Abner Lin with his associate's degree in neurodivinity, or to a neighbourhood Muslim group, eager to open an interfaith dialogue and offer classes in adult literacy.
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  3. oscar *
  4. vermis *