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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-13 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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70327 tokens ‧ 53436 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6700 types ‧ 135 (~ 2.015%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-13[edit]

  1. aminoterminal
  2. amyloidogenesis
  3. annepressin
  4. annetocin
  5. bafilomycin
  6. baroclinicity
  7. biophysically
  8. biorientation
  9. bioriented
  10. boutons *
  11. calyceal
  12. chromaffin
  13. coimmunoprecipitations
  14. coloaded
  15. congophilic
  16. costimulator
  17. cryotransmission
  18. cyclosome
  19. diacylation
  20. diiodoperfluoroalkanes
  21. diiodoperfluoropolyethers
  22. diisocyante
  23. dimethylsiloxane
  24. downcore
  25. downsteps
  26. equatorward
  27. exocytotic
  28. fibrillogenesis
  29. fibrillogenic
  30. fingerpad
  31. fingerpads
  32. fluorochemicals
  33. geochronologist
  34. headlike
  35. helicities
  36. heliophysics
  37. hesperadin
  38. histidines
    • 2009 March 13, Timothy J. Wilson & David M. J. Lilley, “BIOCHEMISTRY: The Evolution of Ribozyme Chemistry[33], Science, volume 323, number 5920, DOI:10.1126/science.1169231, pages 1436-1438: 
      Under physiological conditions, RNase A is a much better catalyst than the ribozymes, because its histidines are more often in the correct protonation state for reaction (illustrating the greater chemical diversity of proteins), but the intrinsic rates are similar for the RNA- and protein-catalyzed reactions.
      add - notemp
  39. inequivalent
  40. interglacials
  41. interneoglacial
  42. interpeak
  43. interridge
  44. interstadials
  45. intertrial
  46. intraburst
  47. intravesicular
  48. kyr
  49. lhy
  50. megahistory
  51. microforce
  52. midcontinent
  53. minable
  54. msec
  55. myristoylation
  56. nanoporosity
  57. nanosiemens
  58. nonamyloidogenic
  59. nonblank
  60. nondemented
  61. nongeologist
  62. noninfected
  63. nonmanipulated
  64. nontectonic
  65. octadecane
  66. overamped
  67. overenergized
  68. paleo *
  69. peakists
  70. perfluorocarbon
  71. pinin
  72. planta *
  73. pluteus
  74. polylysine
  75. postexocytotic
  76. posttraining
  77. prestimulation
  78. pretraining
  79. proembryo
  80. prometaphase
  81. protofibrils
  82. pseudoresponse
  83. reacidification
  84. reacidify
  85. reconsolidation
  86. remendability
  87. remendable
  88. salps
  89. secretase *
  90. secretases *
  91. securin
  92. separase *
  93. styryl
  94. suberin
  95. subpanels
  96. subpicosecond
  97. subthalamic
  98. superanion
  99. superion
  100. tetrafluoroethylene
  101. tetraparesis
  102. tetrasodium
  103. tetratricopeptide
  104. thinnings
  105. tinctorial
  106. transconductance
  107. transgenically
  108. trimethylammonium
  109. ultrastructurally
  110. unfractionated
  111. upsteps
  112. upwell
  113. upwelled
  114. upwells
  115. visibilities

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