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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-20 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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54800 tokens ‧ 42490 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6343 types ‧ 144 (~ 2.27%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-20[edit]

  1. acetoclastic
    • 2009 March 20, Takefumi Shimoyama et al., “Flagellum Mediates Symbiosis”, Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1170086, page 1574: 
      We also used recombinant FliC and/or FliD (the flagellar cap protein) in an assay to test their binding specificities (fig. S4 and table S1) and found that, in addition to M. thermautotrophicus , these proteins adhered only to cells of Methanosaeta thermophila (fig. S4), an acetoclastic methanogen also known to form syntrophic association with P. thermopropionicum .
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  2. akinesia
  3. alkylbenzenes
  4. aminosterols
  5. annulated
  6. anteroventral
  7. antiferrodistortive
  8. arylated
  9. arylation
  10. arylations
  11. bacteriocins
    • 2009 March 20, David P. Mindell, “ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH: Humans Need Biodiversity[10], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1170526, pages 1562-1563: 
      Although we are mostly ignorant of their functions and taxonomies, the services of a few are known--e.g., Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron helps us digest starch and cellulose from plants, produces antimicrobial compounds (hydrogen peroxide, bacteriocins) that reduce bodily infections, and stimulates blood vessel growth necessary for nutrient absorption.
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  12. bisarylated
  13. bispecific
  14. borylation
  15. borylations
  16. bradykinesia
  17. bradykinetic
  18. bulklike
  19. cetuximab
    • 2009 March 20, Paul W. H. I. Parren & Dennis R. Burton, “IMMUNOLOGY: Two-in-One Designer Antibodies[18], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1172253, pages 1567-1568: 
      A strong caveat comes from two recent studies that investigated the use of bevacizumab and chemotherapy in combination with either cetuximab (Erbitux) or panitumumab (Vectibix) [antibodies that inhibit epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)] for treating metastatic colorectal cancer ( 8 , 9 ).
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  20. cospatial
  21. cuticularized
  22. cyclometalation
    • 2009 March 20, Robert J. Phipps & Matthew J. Gaunt, “A Meta-Selective Copper-Catalyzed C-H Bond Arylation[21], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1169975, pages 1593-1597: 
      The three mechanisms that usually rationalize the majority of selective metal-catalyzed C–H bond activation methods involve electrophilic aromatic substitution with electron-rich, -nucleophilic arenes ( 16 ), concerted metalation-deprotonation with simple and electron-deficient benzenes ( 17 – 19 ), and directed cyclometalation ( 20 – 26 ).
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  23. dearomatizing
  24. demethylases
  25. desynchronizing
  26. diarylation
  27. diencephalic
  28. disubstitution
  29. epialleles
  30. epiallelic
  31. epidurally
  32. exite *
  33. exites
  34. extrapair
  35. extraterritorially
    • 2009 March 20, Sorapop Kiatpongsan & Douglas Sipp, “MEDICINE: Monitoring and Regulating Offshore Stem Cell Clinics[34], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1168451, pages 1564-1565: 
      The possibility of operating extraterritorially has meant that unapproved treatments could be had by those willing to travel abroad, but in the great majority of instances, this has meant to countries not known as leaders in biomedical research (e.g., despite more than 30 years of legal actions in the United States against purveyors of laetrile, a discredited cancer remedy, it remains readily available in places such as Mexico and the Bahamas).
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  36. ferrodistortive
  37. footpoint
  38. foxnuts
  39. fullerides
  40. gaslike
  41. geomorphologists
  42. haloaromatics
  43. halobenzene
  44. histocompatability
  45. holothurians
  46. hydroacoustic
  47. hydrostatically
  48. hyperexpanded
    • 2009 March 20, Erio Tosatti, “PHYSICS: Fullerides in a Squeeze[46], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1171840, pages 1570-1571: 
      show on page 1585 of this issue ( 1 ), pressure works very much the same feat in a completely different material: the hyperexpanded body-centered-cubic A15-structured fulleride Cs 3 C 60 , an insulator that is turned into a superconductor by giving it a light squeeze.
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  49. interanion
  50. interelectron
  51. interfullerene
  52. intermorph
  53. kbar
  54. kilogauss
  55. kinesia
  56. layerwise
  57. lineshape
  58. macroscale
  59. magnetoconvection
  60. magnetometry
  61. medusoids
  62. mesencephalic
  63. mesityl
  64. microcell
  65. microcells
  66. microcharcoal
  67. microeukaryotes
  68. micronozzles
  69. micropositioner
  70. monoarylated
  71. monoarylation
  72. nanoflares
  73. nanostructuring
  74. nanotweezers
  75. nektobenthic
  76. nonbrittle
  77. nonchemistry
  78. noncubic
  79. nondepleted
  80. nonexpanded
    • 2009 March 20, Ali E. Aliev et al., “Giant-Stroke, Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles[77], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1168312, pages 1575-1578: 
      Figure 1, A to C , demonstrate width-direction actuator strokes of about 220%, as well as actuation from ambient to 1500 K. Figure 1D shows that electrically produced actuation of 3 x can be permanently frozen by laying the electrically expanded sheet on a substrate and using van der Waals bonding between nanotubes and substrate to prevent return to the initial nonexpanded state.
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  81. nonmineralized
  82. nonpharmaceutical
  83. nonprogressive
  84. nonremethylatable
  85. nonshattering
  86. optogenetics
  87. ortho
  88. orthosubstitution
  89. oxyarsenides
  90. paleoecologist
  91. panitumumab
    • 2009 March 20, Paul W. H. I. Parren & Dennis R. Burton, “IMMUNOLOGY: Two-in-One Designer Antibodies[87], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1172253, pages 1567-1568: 
      A strong caveat comes from two recent studies that investigated the use of bevacizumab and chemotherapy in combination with either cetuximab (Erbitux) or panitumumab (Vectibix) [antibodies that inhibit epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)] for treating metastatic colorectal cancer ( 8 , 9 ).
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  92. phyllopod
  93. pivanilide
  94. pivanilides
  95. pneumonias
  96. podomeres
  97. postcopulatory
  98. precollapse
  99. precopulatory
  100. prespill
  101. prestrained
  102. rearomatizes
  103. rearomatizing
  104. reassortant
  105. reassorted
  106. remethylatable
  107. remethylate
  108. remethylation
  109. reopener
  110. resilenced
  111. resilencing
  112. resistively
  113. reticulospinal
  114. selfed
  115. selfings
  116. spiniferous
  117. subcallosal
  118. subequal
  119. surrogation
  120. syntroph
    • 2009 March 20, Takefumi Shimoyama et al., “Flagellum Mediates Symbiosis”, Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1170086, page 1574: 
      Previous work suggested that unidentified extracellular filaments are important for Pelotomaculum thermopropionicum (syntroph) and Methanothermobacter thermautotrophicus (methanogen) to initiate syntrophy ( 3 ).
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  121. syntrophs
    • 2009 March 20, Takefumi Shimoyama et al., “Flagellum Mediates Symbiosis”, Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1170086, page 1574: 
      We have investigated syntrophy (symbioses based on nutritional cooperation) between fermentative bacteria (syntrophs) and methanogenic archaea (methanogens) that leads to the conversion of volatile fatty acids to methane in anaerobic environments ( 2 ).
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  122. tachinid
  123. tetrasubstituted
  124. thetaiotaomicron
    • 2009 March 20, David P. Mindell, “ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH: Humans Need Biodiversity[117], Science, volume 323, number 5921, DOI:10.1126/science.1170526, pages 1562-1563: 
      Although we are mostly ignorant of their functions and taxonomies, the services of a few are known--e.g., Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron helps us digest starch and cellulose from plants, produces antimicrobial compounds (hydrogen peroxide, bacteriocins) that reduce bodily infections, and stimulates blood vessel growth necessary for nutrient absorption.
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  125. underemphasized
  126. uninfested

Sequestered[edit]

  1. bcc
  2. bco
  3. fcc
  4. substitutents