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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-17 issue of Nature which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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86679 tokens ‧ 85 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 85 types ‧ 84 (~ 98.824%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-17[edit]

  1. acidergic
  2. adipimidate
  3. aneural
  4. archosauromorphs
  5. asphericity
  6. atl *
  7. bourgeoning
    • 2009 September 16, Fred Kaplan, “An alien concept”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461345a, pages 345-346: 
      The bourgeoning field of radio astronomy was based on the discovery that much could be inferred about a star or a planet from the traits of these emissions.
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  8. calmative
  9. cassiopeium
  10. chemoradiation
  11. cineole
  12. circumbinary
  13. cisgenic
  14. condensable
  15. corr
  16. diborides
    • 2009 September 16, “Materials science: Hard-headed theories”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461319c, page 319: 
      Rev. B 80 , 060103 (2009) Physicists recently discovered that materials known as transition-metal diborides rival the hardness of diamonds in one direction but are relatively soft in another.
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  17. dispase
  18. dysautonomia
  19. electrocoalescence
  20. electrowetting
    • 2009 September 17, W. D. Ristenpart et al., “Non-coalescence of oppositely charged drops”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08294, pages 377-380: 
      Electrically induced droplet motion manifests itself in processes as diverse as storm cloud formation 5 , commercial ink-jet printing 6 , petroleum and vegetable oil dehydration 7 , electrospray ionization for use in mass spectrometry 8 , electrowetting 9 and lab-on-a-chip manipulations 10 .
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  21. encephalomyopathy
  22. expressers
  23. gigatonne
    • 2009 September 16, Aaron Strong et al., “Ocean fertilization: time to move on”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461347a, pages 347-348: 
      77 , 56–82; 2008 ), which is as convincing as any available, found that even if the entire Southern Ocean were fertilized forever with iron sufficient to eliminate its limitation of phytoplankton production, less than 1 gigatonne of carbon a year of CO 2 of probable future emissions (currently about 8 gigatonnes a year) would be sequestered, and that amount for only a few years at best.
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  24. gigatonnes
    • 2009 September 16, Aaron Strong et al., “Ocean fertilization: time to move on”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461347a, pages 347-348: 
      77 , 56–82; 2008 ), which is as convincing as any available, found that even if the entire Southern Ocean were fertilized forever with iron sufficient to eliminate its limitation of phytoplankton production, less than 1 gigatonne of carbon a year of CO 2 of probable future emissions (currently about 8 gigatonnes a year) would be sequestered, and that amount for only a few years at best.
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  25. glycinergic
  26. helitron
  27. helitrons
  28. hemagglutinating
  29. heteroplasmic
  30. heteroplasmy
  31. homoplasmic
  32. homoplasmy
  33. hydroperoxy
    • 2009 September 16, Paul J. Ziemann, “Atmospheric chemistry: Thwarting the seeds of clouds”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461353a, pages 353-354: 
      There could be a few reasons for the discrepancy, but one possibility is that reactions involving hydroperoxy radicals (HO 2 ) — key participants in the recycling mechanism — are suppressed in plant-chamber experiments because of the higher relative concentration of organoperoxy radicals, which take part in competing reactions.
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  34. hydroxypropyl
  35. immunolabelled
  36. immunophilin
  37. immunoreactivities
  38. interobserver
  39. karyoplasts
  40. kinetin
  41. landais *
    • 2009 September 6, Sayuri Tsukahara et al., “Bursts of retrotransposition reproduced in Arabidopsis”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08351, pages 423-426: 
      Department of Integrated Genetics, National Institute of Genetics, Yata 1111, Mishima, Shizuoka 411-8540, Japan Department of Genetics, School of Life Science, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Yata 1111, Mishima, Shizuoka 411-8540, Japan Department of Plant Biology, University of Geneva, Sciences III, 30 Quai Ernest-Ansermet, CH-1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), UMR 6247, GReD, INSERM U 931, Clermont Université, 24 avenue des landais, 63177 Aubière, France These authors contributed equally to this work.
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  42. lepidosauromorphs
  43. leukemogenesis
  44. liveborn
  45. macrometastases
    • 2009 September 17, Rosandra N. Kaplan et al., “Kaplan et al. reply”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08261: 
      2 , here we show that VEGFR1 knockdown in myelomonocytic cells eradicates micro- and macrometastases in a non-amputation/resection tumour model.
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  46. macrometastasis
    • 2009 September 17, Rosandra N. Kaplan et al., “Kaplan et al. reply”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08261: 
      Moreover, several reports demonstrate that inhibition of VEGFR1 by anti-VEGFR1 peptide blocks micro- and macrometastasis, while overexpression of placental growth factor (PlGF), which signals exclusively through VEGFR1, increases metastatic spread 4, 5 .
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  47. methionyl
  48. microcapillary
  49. micrometastatic
    • 2009 September 17, Rosandra N. Kaplan et al., “Kaplan et al. reply”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08261: 
      f , Quantification of micrometastatic lesions (defined by >20 tumour cells) visible per lung section at day 30.
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  50. mosasauroids
  51. mycelial
  52. nek *
  53. neurocristopathy
  54. neuroectodermal
  55. neurofibromin
    • 2009 September 2, Jennifer O. Lauchle et al., “Response and resistance to MEK inhibition in leukaemias initiated by hyperactive Ras”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08279, pages 411-414: 
      Nf1 encodes neurofibromin, a GTPase-activating protein that terminates Ras signalling by stimulating hydrolysis of Ras–GTP. We compared the effects of inhibitors of MEK in a myeloproliferative disorder (MPD) initiated by inactivating Nf1 in mouse bone marrow and in acute myeloid leukaemias (AMLs) in which cooperating mutations were induced by retroviral insertional mutagenesis.
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  56. ooplasm
  57. organoperoxy
    • 2009 September 16, Paul J. Ziemann, “Atmospheric chemistry: Thwarting the seeds of clouds”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461353a, pages 353-354: 
      There could be a few reasons for the discrepancy, but one possibility is that reactions involving hydroperoxy radicals (HO 2 ) — key participants in the recycling mechanism — are suppressed in plant-chamber experiments because of the higher relative concentration of organoperoxy radicals, which take part in competing reactions.
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  58. oviparity
    • 2009 September 17, Chris L. Organ et al., “Genotypic sex determination enabled adaptive radiations of extinct marine reptiles”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08350, pages 389-392: 
      a , Bar charts on the arrows indicate the posterior distribution of the transition rates integrated across models using reversible-jump MCMC. b , As in a except that the transition rates into TSD/viviparity (transitions q 24 and q 34 ) and the rates from viviparity to oviparity (transition rates q 21 and q 43 ) were set initially to 1% of the other rates.
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  59. ovoviviparity
  60. peginterferon
  61. pellucida *
  62. perivitelline
  63. polyornithine
  64. precoated
  65. prehydrated
  66. reptilia
  67. retrotransposes
  68. sauropterygians
  69. secretome
  70. selenomethionyl
  71. sesquiterpenes
  72. shastasaurid
  73. spectrographic
  74. strokelike
  75. superjacent
    • 2009 September 16, Mercurio D. Rivera, “Answers from the event horizon”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/461438a, page 438: 
      Although there are an infinite number of realities beyond your cosmological horizon, each with its own unique physical properties, this conduit could only exist between superjacent dimensions in the transreality-froth.
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  76. supraspinal
  77. varanid
  78. versican
    • 2009 September 17, Rosandra N. Kaplan et al., “Kaplan et al. reply”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08261: 
      Resection of the primary tumour at this early time point eliminates several tumour-derived paracrine factors, including VEGF-A, TNF- , TGF- , S100A8-SAA3 6, 7 , lysyl oxidase 8 , IL6 and versican 9 , factors that have been shown to recruit myeloid cells to the pre-metastatic niche and promote metastatic progression.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dinstinct - typo distinct
  2. glutamax - commercial product
  3. perfomed - typo performed
  4. periperin - typo peripherin
  5. sciencefiction - typo science fiction
  6. selenomet - commercial product
    • 2009 August 12, Agnieszka Mateja et al., “The structural basis of tail-anchored membrane protein recognition by Get3”, Nature, volume 461, number 7262, DOI:10.1038/nature08319, pages 361-366: 
      Crystals were cryoprotected in 30% PEG3350, 0.1 M Tris, pH 8.4, 0.2 M ammonium acetate, 75 mM Na/K tartrate, 2 mM ADP, 2 mM MgCl 2 , 2 mM AlCl 3 , 8 mM NaF and 20% ethylene glycol (native) or 31% PEG3350, 0.1 M Tris, pH 8.4, 0.2 M ammonium acetate, 50 mM glycine, 2 mM ADP, 2 mM MgCl 2 , 2 mM AlCl 3 , 8 mM NaF and 20% glycerol (selenomet) and flash frozen in liquid nitrogen.
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