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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-09 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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56238 tokens ‧ 44703 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6356 types ‧ 143 (~ 2.25%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-09[edit]

  1. ambipolarity
  2. archaeometallurgist
  3. biogeographer
    • 2009 January 9, Peter J. Bowler, “Darwin's Originality[3], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1160332: 
      Darwin's mentor in geology, Charles Lyell, had shown how his uniformitarian theory would allow the biogeographer to reconstruct the migrations of species on an ever-changing earth.
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  4. bosonize
  5. bromophenyl
  6. chirally
  7. chloramphenicol
  8. coexpression
  9. commonalities
  10. cystoblast
  11. cytosketon
  12. decarboxylase
  13. decondensed
  14. deglacial
  15. deoxynucleotidyl
  16. deoxyuridine
  17. determinacy
  18. deubiquitinase
  19. deubiquitinate
  20. deubiquitinates
  21. deubiquitylates
  22. deubiquitylation
  23. dissipative
  24. eclosed
  25. eclosion
  26. elastocapillary
  27. enterocyte
  28. enteroendocrine
  29. epitaxially
  30. evolutio
    • 2009 January 9, Peter J. Bowler, “Darwin's Originality[30], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1160332: 
      (This assumption is still preserved in the very term "evolution"; the Latin evolutio refers to the unrolling of a scroll.) The explanatory framework centered on the theory of natural selection challenged this vision of nature as an orderly pattern of relations.
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  31. experiencer
    • 2009 January 9, Kerry Kawakami et al., “Mispredicting Affective and Behavioral Responses to Racism[31], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1164951: 
      In an initial study investigating participants' actual and anticipated responses to an anti-black slur, we assigned 120 participants who self-identified their race/ethnicity (e.g., black, Asian, Pakistani) to the role of "experiencer" or "forecaster" and exposed them to an incident involving no racial slur, a moderate racial slur, or an extreme racial slur.
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  32. experiencers
    • 2009 January 9, Eliot R. Smith & Diane M. Mackie, “BEHAVIOR: Surprising Emotions[32], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1168650: 
      For example, one reason for poor emotion forecasting is that experiencers react to a much wider range of cues in a situation, whereas forecasters focus more narrowly on its most salient features (such as the racist remark in the study by Kawakami et al.
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  33. filamentation
  34. fluidlike
  35. foodborne
  36. foraminiferal
  37. geomicrobiological
  38. germarium
  39. harmatin
  40. hyperdynamic
  41. hypersaline
  42. ingroups
  43. interpillar
  44. intrapillar
  45. ironmaking
  46. ironsmithing
  47. ironsmiths
  48. ironworking
  49. lipidation
  50. liquidlike
  51. lymphangioleiomyomatosis
  52. masculinizing
  53. mediational
  54. mesostructures
  55. metallographic
  56. mineralogic
  57. mislinked
  58. mispredict
    • 2009 January 9, Eliot R. Smith & Diane M. Mackie, “BEHAVIOR: Surprising Emotions[58], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1168650: 
      These findings are an example of what social psychologists call a failure of affective forecasting: People often mispredict how they would feel (and therefore act) in imagined or future situations ( 2 , 3 ).
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  59. misprediction
  60. misregulated
  61. monoubiquitination
  62. monoubiquitylation
  63. multiday
  64. multimerization
  65. nanobristle
  66. nanopillars
  67. neuroblastic
  68. nonanalytic
  69. nonclonal
  70. nonconjugated
  71. nonconscious
  72. nonexperts
  73. nonexponentiality
  74. nonheme
  75. nonhistone
  76. nonhomeotic
  77. nonlinearities
  78. nonperturbatively
  79. nonproducer
  80. nonproducers
  81. nonpure
  82. nonsignificant
  83. nonutilized
  84. nonwounded
  85. orthogenetic
    • 2009 January 9, Peter J. Bowler, “Darwin's Originality[85], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1160332: 
      Adaptation was not crucial once the basic character of the group was established, and the linear, orthogenetic evolution of the group might eventually generate bizarre nonadaptive characters as a prelude to extinction—the theory of "racial senility.
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  86. outgroups
  87. painometer
  88. paleoceanographic
  89. perturbatively
  90. photobleached
  91. phytoerythrin
    • 2009 January 9, Casey W. Wright & Colin S. Duckett, “The Aryl Hydrocarbon Nuclear Translocator Alters CD30-Mediated NF-{kappa}B-Dependent Transcription” doi[91], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1162818: 
      To explore the spatial and temporal colocalization of CD30 and ARNT, we surface-labeled Karpas 299 cells, expressing either green fluorescent protein (GFP) or ARNT-GFP, with a CD30 antibody conjugated to phytoerythrin (anti–CD30-PE).
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  92. poliovirus
    • 2009 January 9, Giovanni Abbadessa et al., “Unsung Hero Robert C. Gallo[92], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.323.5911.206: 
      Karl Landsteiner and Erwin Popper identified the poliovirus in 1908, establishing the link with poliomyelitis, but the 1954 Nobel Prize was given to John Enders, Frederick Robbins, and Thomas Weller for learning to grow poliovirus, which was pivotal for Jonas Salk and Albert B. Sabin to develop vaccines. Like Landsteiner and Popper, Barré-Sinoussi and Montagnier isolated a virus but, unlike them, could not establish whether it was the AIDS virus ( 2 ), an achievement accomplished by Gallo and colleagues just one year later ( 3 - 6 ).
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  93. polymerizations
  94. positionally
  95. prefactors
  96. pregenetical
    • 2009 January 9, Peter J. Bowler, “Darwin's Originality[96], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1160332: 
      There was a well-developed network of breeders by this time, and although their ideas about heredity and variation were distinctly pregenetical (like Darwin's own), they had a very clear appreciation of how they produced changes in their artificially small populations.
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  97. primordia
  98. proapoptotic
  99. productivities
  100. quasihole
  101. reconstrued
  102. relaxations
  103. remineralization
    • 2009 January 9, H. Ren et al., “Foraminiferal Isotope Evidence of Reduced Nitrogen Fixation in the Ice Age Atlantic Ocean[103], Science, volume 323, number 5911, DOI:10.1126/science.1165787: 
      The low 15 N of Holocene and surface sediment foraminifera from the North Atlantic tracks the low 15 N of thermocline nitrate in the region, which in turn derives from the remineralization of newly fixed N. Thus, we interpret the high LGM foraminiferal 15 N to reflect a weakening in the 15 N decrease that occurs upward through the thermocline in the modern North Atlantic, such that the euphotic zone was supplied with nitrate with a 15 N much more similar to the nitrate currently found at the base of the thermocline ( Fig. 3 ).
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  104. remineralized
  105. reprioritization
  106. secretins
  107. semifertile
  108. setal
  109. spikelet
  110. spikelets
  111. spycraft
  112. stemlike
  113. stomium
  114. subbands
  115. subpercolating
  116. subspecialties
  117. tasselseed
  118. tetrakisphenyleneporphyrin
  119. transhistone
  120. trimethylated
  121. truncatulinoides
  122. tuberin
  123. tuberlike
  124. tumefaciens
  125. ubiquitinylated
  126. ubquitinated
  127. uniaxially
  128. unjam
  129. zeste

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