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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-03 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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67419 tokens ‧ 51888 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6791 types ‧ 132 (~ 1.944%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-03[edit]

  1. acrylation
    • 2009 April 3, April M. Kloxin et al., “Photodegradable Hydrogels for Dynamic Tuning of Physical and Chemical Properties[1], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1169494, pages 59-63: 
      A base photodegradable monomer was synthesized by acrylation of the photolabile moiety by a pendant hydroxyl group [photodegradable acrylate (PDA)] ( Fig. 1A ) and was subsequently attached with a pendant carboxylic acid to poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)– bis -amine to create a photocleavable cross-linking diacrylate macromer (Compound 1, Fig. 1B ) from which PEG-based photodegradable hydrogels ( Fig. 1C ) were synthesized.
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  2. adsorbability
  3. aphthoviruses
  4. binucleation
  5. biofunctional
  6. bioresponsive
  7. boutons *
  8. bpy
  9. cardioviruses
  10. cerebrocortical
    • 2009 April 3, Dong-Hyung Cho et al., “S-Nitrosylation of Drp1 Mediates {beta}-Amyloid-Related Mitochondrial Fission and Neuronal Injury” doi[10], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1171091, pages 102-105: 
      Exposure of cerebrocortical neurons in culture to Aβ results in the formation of amounts of SNO-Drp1 relatively similar to those found in human AD brains.
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  11. chondrogenic
  12. coinfection
  13. conservations *
  14. copolymerized
  15. coregulators
  16. coxsackieviruses
  17. cristae
    • 2009 April 3, Dong-Hyung Cho et al., “S-Nitrosylation of Drp1 Mediates {beta}-Amyloid-Related Mitochondrial Fission and Neuronal Injury” doi[17], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1171091, pages 102-105: 
      Excessive fission results in abnormally small mitochondria with fragmented cristae ( 2 ), as observed in electron microscopy studies of neurons in human Alzheimer's disease (AD) ( 7 ).
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  18. cycadlike
  19. cyphers
  20. cystein *
  21. cytocompatible
  22. dafachronic
  23. dearomatized
  24. decadals
  25. dehydrogenative
  26. deletant
  27. deletants
  28. diacrylate
    • 2009 April 3, April M. Kloxin et al., “Photodegradable Hydrogels for Dynamic Tuning of Physical and Chemical Properties[28], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1169494, pages 59-63: 
      A base photodegradable monomer was synthesized by acrylation of the photolabile moiety by a pendant hydroxyl group [photodegradable acrylate (PDA)] ( Fig. 1A ) and was subsequently attached with a pendant carboxylic acid to poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)– bis -amine to create a photocleavable cross-linking diacrylate macromer (Compound 1, Fig. 1B ) from which PEG-based photodegradable hydrogels ( Fig. 1C ) were synthesized.
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  29. diapirs
  30. dihydroxide
  31. dihydroxo
  32. diodelike
  33. downwelling
  34. eclosed
  35. flippase
  36. fruitbat
  37. gasified
  38. gomphothere
    • 2009 April 3, Dennis M. Hansen & Mauro Galetti, “ECOLOGY: The Forgotten Megafauna[37], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1172393, pages 42-43: 
      The magnitude of loss of frugivorous megafauna is currently most dramatic on islands, as illustrated by the smaller drawn sizes of the giant ground sloth and the gomphothere from South America, compared with the elephant bird in Madagascar and the giant tortoise of Mauritius.
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  39. gomphotheres
    • 2009 April 3, Dennis M. Hansen & Mauro Galetti, “ECOLOGY: The Forgotten Megafauna[38], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1172393, pages 42-43: 
      Thus, the loss of the island giants--tortoises, lizards, and flightless birds such as the dodo that were once found on many islands--has, in relative terms, led to a greater megafaunal downsizing than the extinction of even the largest gomphotheres in South America (see the figure).
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  40. hydroxo
  41. hyperexcitation
  42. interbasin
  43. isoviscous
  44. methylsalicylate
    • 2009 April 3, Ho Won Jung et al., “Priming in Systemic Plant Immunity[43], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1170025, pages 89-91: 
      Additionally, SAR and exudate-induced resistance appears to require the phenolic metabolite salicylic acid (SA) ( 3 , 8 ) and possibly methylsalicylate (MeSA) and its methyl esterase activity (which converts MeSA to SA) in distal leaves ( 9 , 10 ).
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  45. microtiter
  46. microtomography
  47. miniclades
  48. monoacrylate
  49. multiproxy
  50. mycoplasm
  51. nanowalker
  52. neurovirulent
  53. nitrobenzyl
  54. nitrosocysteine
    • 2009 April 3, Dong-Hyung Cho et al., “S-Nitrosylation of Drp1 Mediates {beta}-Amyloid-Related Mitochondrial Fission and Neuronal Injury” doi[52], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1171091, pages 102-105: 
      Cerebrocortical neurons transfected with the mitochondrial marker mito-DsRed2 were exposed to the NO donor S -nitrosocysteine (SNOC) ( 11 ) and morphological changes in mitochondria were monitored by 3D-deconvolution fluorescence microscopy ( 2 ).
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  55. nonangiosperm
  56. nonautomated
  57. noncardiomyocyte
  58. noncardiomyocytes
  59. nondenaturing
  60. nondividing
  61. nonlimiting
  62. nonmicroporous
  63. nonmyocyte
  64. nonmyocytes
  65. nonphotochemical
  66. nonpyrolytic
  67. nonrepressed
  68. nonscanning
  69. nonsibling
  70. nonthreatened
  71. nontriviality
  72. organlike
  73. overfit
  74. parallelizable
  75. phoneticism
  76. photocleavable
    • 2009 April 3, April M. Kloxin et al., “Photodegradable Hydrogels for Dynamic Tuning of Physical and Chemical Properties[71], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1169494, pages 59-63: 
      A base photodegradable monomer was synthesized by acrylation of the photolabile moiety by a pendant hydroxyl group [photodegradable acrylate (PDA)] ( Fig. 1A ) and was subsequently attached with a pendant carboxylic acid to poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)– bis -amine to create a photocleavable cross-linking diacrylate macromer (Compound 1, Fig. 1B ) from which PEG-based photodegradable hydrogels ( Fig. 1C ) were synthesized.
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  77. photocoupling
  78. photodegraded
  79. photolabile
  80. photolitically
  81. photoreleasable
  82. photoreleased
    • 2009 April 3, April M. Kloxin et al., “Photodegradable Hydrogels for Dynamic Tuning of Physical and Chemical Properties[77], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1169494, pages 59-63: 
      To examine cell interaction with this dynamic microenvironment, fixed sections were immunostained for the expression of the v β 3 integrin, one of the cell surface integrins by which cells interact with RGDS. Cells persistently presented with RGDS express the integrin, whereas most cells with RGDS photoreleased cease integrin expression by day 21 ( Fig. 4A ), indicating that the cells have locally sensed and responded to the chemical change in their environment.
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  83. photovoltage
  84. picornaviruses
  85. piezoresponse
  86. platelike
  87. ploidize
  88. polythymidine
  89. postgelation
  90. postglacial
  91. postrecruitment
  92. preflower
  93. prenuclear
    • 2009 April 3, Olaf Bergmann et al., “Evidence for Cardiomyocyte Renewal in Humans[88], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1164680, pages 98-102: 
      Three of the individuals born before the nuclear bomb tests were more than 10 years old at the onset of the increase in atmospheric 14 C. That their 14 C concentration in cardiomyocyte DNA was above the prenuclear bomb test levels ( Fig. 3A ) cannot be explained by DNA synthesis associated with polyploidization, but indicates cardiomyocyte renewal after 1955.
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  94. protocuneiform
  95. pseudocubic
  96. psoralen
  97. rastering
  98. recompeted
  99. saltational
  100. semasiographic
    • 2009 April 3, Andrew Robinson, “COMMUNICATION: Signs of Meaning[95], Science, volume 324, number 5923, DOI:10.1126/science.1173405, pages 38-39: 
      Powell favors Denise Schmandt-Besserat's theory that the semasiographic clay "tokens" found in large numbers in Mesopotamian sites from about 8000 BCE until the emergence of protocuneiform circa 3300 BCE were instrumental precursors of lexigraphy ( 2 ).
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  101. semasiography
  102. signary
  103. subexpressions
  104. superplume
  105. switchgrasses
  106. tafel *
  107. tertbutyl

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