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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-16 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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34302 tokens ‧ 27376 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4829 types ‧ 78 (~ 1.615%) words before cleaning ‧ 

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  1. anticorrelation
  2. antidiagonal
  3. biofunctionalization
  4. biofunctionalized
    • 2009 January 16, Thomas J. Morrow et al., “Programmed Assembly of DNA-Coated Nanowire Devices[4], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1165921: 
      We present a hybrid approach that uses forces generated by electric fields to direct different populations of biofunctionalized nanowires to specific regions of the chip while providing accurate registry between each individual nanowire and the photolithographic features within that region.
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  5. biomorph
  6. brecciated
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[6], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      Most highlands samples are brecciated and/or shocked, making it difficult to distinguish between NRM acquired instantaneously during shock-magnetization or from long-lived dynamo fields ( 11 ).
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  7. cauliflowerlike
  8. collimating
    • 2009 January 16, R. Liu et al., “Broadband Ground-Plane Cloak[8], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166949: 
      A wide variety of conventional devices can be designed by the transformation optical approach, including beam shifters ( 3 ), beam bends ( 4 ), beam splitters ( 3 ), focusing and collimating lenses ( 5 ), and structures that concentrate electromagnetic waves ( 6 , 7 ).
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  9. counterpropagating
  10. dielectrophoretic
  11. epigenetically
  12. excitonic
  13. geochronologic
  14. geochronometers
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[14], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      Their magnetization ages have often been assumed to be equal to their radiometric ages ( 14 ), even though thermal events that can remagnetize rocks may have no effect on most geochronometers.
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  15. indel
    • 2009 January 16, Colin A. M. Semple & Martin S. Taylor, “MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: The Structure of Change[15], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1169408: 
      The observation that indels are enriched in linker relative to core sequence is also difficult to reconcile with a model of linker sequence conservation, because sites that are constrained for substitutions are also likely to be constrained for indel events ( 11 ).
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  16. interchain
  17. interdependencies
  18. intrachain
    • 2009 January 16, Jean-Luc Bredas & Robert Silbey, “CHEMISTRY: Excitons Surf Along Conjugated Polymer Chains[18], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1168821: 
      Thus, in combination with the results for polydiacetylene chains at low temperature ( 8 ), the results of Collini and Scholes on poly( p -phenylenevinylene) chains at room temperature imply that the efficiency of exciton migration in organic polymeric systems can be improved by strengthening intrachain transfer, in particular by promoting extended conformations.
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  19. intragenomic
    • 2009 January 16, John H. Willis, “GENETICS: Origin of Species in Overdrive[19], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1169442: 
      An alternative, and controversial, view is that hybrid incompatibilities evolve because "intragenomic conflict" enables so-called selfish genes to distort the normal Mendelian mechanism of inheritance to their own advantage, perhaps by eliminating gametes that carry the alternative allele.
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  20. larvaceans
  21. leaflike
  22. lysocline
    • 2009 January 16, R. W. Wilson et al., “Contribution of Fish to the Marine Inorganic Carbon Cycle[22], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1157972: 
      The causes of CaCO 3 dissolution above the lysocline ( 7 ) are subject to debate and have been attributed to (i) dissolution in zooplankton guts ( 22 – 26 ); (ii) dissolution in microenvironments where bacterial oxidation of organic matter enhances this process ( 27 ); and (iii) dissolution of more soluble forms of CaCO 3 , including pteropods and high-magnesium calcite ( 28 , 29 ).
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  23. lysoclines
  24. medaka
  25. megascopic
  26. megatechnics
    • 2009 January 16, Edward J. Hackett, “SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY: Reflections for Looking Forward[26], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1167600: 
      B ell's ringing call to action is one voice in a choir of concern about the potentially unsettling consequences of technological innovation, harmonizing with those of Lewis Mumford (megatechnics), Joseph Schumpeter (creative destruction), Langdon Winner (technological somnambulism), and the many scholars concerned with varieties of technological determinism ( 3 ).
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  27. metallicities
  28. metalpoor
  29. microwells
  30. midwater
  31. misdated
  32. morphogenetical
  33. multicellulars
  34. multispecies
  35. nanocrystallites
  36. nanorods
    • 2009 January 16, Werner Kunz & Matthias Kellermeier, “MATERIALS SCIENCE: Beyond Biomineralization[36], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1168653: 
      The circumstances leading to the orientational order of crystallites over mesoscopic lengths remain a mystery: Why do adjacent nanorods arrange with a certain twist with respect to each other (see the figure, panel B), and how is that twist kept constant throughout the assembly?
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  37. nonabsorbable
  38. nonanimal
  39. nonbilaterians
  40. noncrystallographic
  41. nonexponential
  42. nonshock
  43. osmotically
  44. paleofields
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[44], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      We applied 40 Ar/ 39 Ar thermochronological constraints ( 15 ) in conjunction with paleomagnetism to determine when 76535 was last remagnetized and to constrain the nature and duration of the recorded paleofields.
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  45. petrologic
  46. pharmacogenomic
    • 2009 January 16, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee & Ashwin Mudaliar, “MEDICINE: Racing Forward: The Genomics and Personalized Medicine Act[46], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1165768: 
      A strength of S.3822 was its direct engagement with the issue of genetic variation and the rationale for using racial and ethnic categories in pharmacogenomic research. In a dedicated section entitled, "Race, Genomics, and Health," the bill mandated that within 1 year of its passage, a newly formed Genetics and Personalized Medicine Interagency Working Group (IWG) would be charged with (i) determining appropriate definitions and use of categories of race and ethnicity, (ii) determining ways to increase access to pharmacogenomic and related clinical genetic services for minority populations, (iii) providing research opportunities and funding support in the area of race and genomics, (iv) enhancing integration of federal wide effort and activities, and (v) recommending privacy protection of genetic information.
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  47. phenylenevinylene
    • 2009 January 16, Jean-Luc Bredas & Robert Silbey, “CHEMISTRY: Excitons Surf Along Conjugated Polymer Chains[47], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1168821: 
      Thus, in combination with the results for polydiacetylene chains at low temperature ( 8 ), the results of Collini and Scholes on poly( p -phenylenevinylene) chains at room temperature imply that the efficiency of exciton migration in organic polymeric systems can be improved by strengthening intrachain transfer, in particular by promoting extended conformations.
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  48. photoexcites
  49. photolithographically
  50. pinacoid
  51. plasmas
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[51], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      The magnetization of many samples must have been produced by ancient magnetic fields, but the association of crustal magnetization with impact structures ( 5 , 6 ) and the identification of NRM in <200-million-year-old impact glasses ( 7 ) suggest that the field sources could have been impact-generated plasmas ( 8 – 11 ) rather than a core dynamo ( 12 ).
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  52. postassembly
    • 2009 January 16, Thomas J. Morrow et al., “Programmed Assembly of DNA-Coated Nanowire Devices[52], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1165921: 
      We used spatially confined electric fields to assemble different populations of DNA-coated nanowires to desired positions with an accuracy that enabled postassembly fabrication of contacts to each individual nanowire, with high yield and without loss of DNA function.
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  53. prograde
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[53], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      The rock crystallized as a cumulate at 45 km depth ( 17 , 18 , 38 ), and multiple thermobarometers indicate that it later experienced prograde metamorphism to peak temperatures of >800° to 900°C ( 38 – 42 ).
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  54. propagations
  55. pseudohexagonal
  56. pseudoobscura
    • 2009 January 16, John H. Willis, “GENETICS: Origin of Species in Overdrive[56], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1169442: 
      The discovery by Phadnis and Orr that a gene that causes sterility in male hybrids from crosses between subspecies of a fruit fly ( Drosophila pseudoobscura ) profoundly distorts the normally Mendelian inheritance of sex chromosomes directly challenges the classical view.
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  57. quasitubular
  58. recertify
  59. rephasing
  60. sedimentological
    • 2009 January 16, Stefan Bengtson & Birger Rasmussen, “PALEONTOLOGY: New and Ancient Trace Makers[60], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1168794: 
      The sedimentological conditions for trace fossil preservation are different from those conducive to preserving most body fossils; indeed, trace-producing activities are usually detrimental to the preservation of body fossils.
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  61. subsatellites
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[61], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      Because it was well known that the Moon presently has no global magnetic field ( 2 ), it was a surprise when the Apollo subsatellites and surface magnetometers detected magnetic fields originating from the lunar crust ( 3 ), and paleomagnetic analyses of returned samples identified natural remanent magnetization (NRM) ( 4 ).
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  62. surflike
  63. teleostean
  64. thermobarometers
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[64], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      The rock crystallized as a cumulate at 45 km depth ( 17 , 18 , 38 ), and multiple thermobarometers indicate that it later experienced prograde metamorphism to peak temperatures of >800° to 900°C ( 38 – 42 ).
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  65. thermochronological
    • 2009 January 16, Ian Garrick-Bethell et al., “Early Lunar Magnetism[65], Science, volume 323, number 5912, DOI:10.1126/science.1166804: 
      We applied 40 Ar/ 39 Ar thermochronological constraints ( 15 ) in conjunction with paleomagnetism to determine when 76535 was last remagnetized and to constrain the nature and duration of the recorded paleofields.
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  66. troctolite
  67. unicellulars
  68. unshocked

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