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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-21 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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116278 tokens ‧ 70241 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7190 types ‧ 117 (~ 1.627%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-21[edit]

  1. acrocirrids
  2. aminoaciduria
  3. antecubital
  4. astrophysically
  5. autotomized
  6. beamtime
  7. branchiae
  8. bronzemaking
    • 2009 August 21, Andrew Lawler, “Bridging East and West[5], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.325_940, pages 940-943: 
      Lu and many of his colleagues argue that as far back as the 3rd millennium B.C.E., during the rise of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the Indus civilizations, Xinjiang may have served as a critical bridge between East and West, funneling some combination of bronzemaking, wheat domestication, and other technologies toward the incipient Chinese culture.
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  9. caravansaries
  10. chaetae
  11. chondrodysplasia
  12. chondrodysplastic
  13. cirratuliform
  14. cirratuliforms
  15. cointroduction
  16. cong *
  17. congenically
  18. cotransferred
  19. cuspy
  20. cystinuria
  21. cytolethal
  22. demersal
  23. deoxyhypusine
  24. detectability
  25. dimethylsulfate
  26. enstatite
  27. epilayer
  28. facilitatory
  29. ferromagnesian
  30. fimbrin
  31. footshock
  32. formylase
  33. formyltransferase
  34. futuresupply
  35. geoengineered
  36. hadronization
  37. hemocoel
  38. hibonites
  39. holopelagic
  40. hypertwisted
  41. hypochondroplasia
  42. hypusine
  43. ims
  44. intrahippocampal
  45. intronless
    • 2009 August 21, Henrik Kaessmann, “More Than Just a Copy[37], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1178487, pages 958-959: 
      These intronless retrocopies were long thought to be doomed to decay and were routinely classified as processed pseudogenes because of the expected lack of regulatory elements and the presence of deleterious mutations in many copies.
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  46. ionophores
  47. isomerizes
  48. kinematically
  49. lamdoid
  50. lysinuric
  51. melphalin
  52. mesostasis
  53. metachronal
  54. methanehydrates
  55. millielectron
  56. mp *
  57. multibreed
  58. multicollection
  59. multistranded
  60. nephroma
  61. nonchondrodysplastic
  62. noncoplanar
  63. nonequilibrated
  64. nongravitational
  65. nonindexed
  66. ohmics
  67. paleobiological
  68. paratypes
    • 2009 August 21, Karen J. Osborn et al., “Deep-Sea, Swimming Worms with Luminescent "Bombs"”, Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1172488, page 964: 
      [holotype, SIO-BIC (Scripps Institution of Oceanography–Benthic Invertebrate Collection) A1282, fig. S1; paratypes, SIO-BIC A1281, A1283, A1284, and A1634 to A1638], which is distinguished by its transparent foregut and greater than 15% uncorrected cytochrome oxidase I (COI) distance from all other Swima species.
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  69. phenylthiocarbamide
  70. photocurable
  71. photomagnetization
  72. photopatterned
  73. precisions
    • 2009 August 21, Andrew M. Davis, “Early Solar System Chronology[60], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1176730, pages 951-952: 
      By using high beam currents and paying meticulous attention to detector backgrounds, Villeneuve et al. have achieved precisions of 5 parts per million on measurements of the 26 Mg/ 24 Mg ratio in magnesium-rich minerals after correction for instrumental and natural mass-dependent fractionation.
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  74. precrystallization
  75. prestrain
  76. preurban
  77. pupating
  78. rechargeables
  79. retrocopies
    • 2009 August 21, Henrik Kaessmann, “More Than Just a Copy[65], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1178487, pages 958-959: 
      These intronless retrocopies were long thought to be doomed to decay and were routinely classified as processed pseudogenes because of the expected lack of regulatory elements and the presence of deleterious mutations in many copies.
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  80. retrocopy
  81. retroduplication
    • 2009 August 21, Henrik Kaessmann, “More Than Just a Copy[67], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1178487, pages 958-959: 
      But gene duplication can also occur through a process called retroposition or retroduplication ( 6 ), in which a mature messenger RNA (mRNA) that is transcribed from a gene is then "reverse transcribed" into a complementary DNA copy, which gets inserted into the genome (see the figure).
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  82. retrogene
  83. retrogenes
  84. retroposed
  85. retroposition
    • 2009 August 21, Henrik Kaessmann, “More Than Just a Copy[71], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1178487, pages 958-959: 
      But gene duplication can also occur through a process called retroposition or retroduplication ( 6 ), in which a mature messenger RNA (mRNA) that is transcribed from a gene is then "reverse transcribed" into a complementary DNA copy, which gets inserted into the genome (see the figure).
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  86. retropseudogenes
    • 2009 August 21, Henrik Kaessmann, “More Than Just a Copy[72], Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.1178487, pages 958-959: 
      It is also noteworthy that even apparently decayed retrocopies (retropseudogenes) that may not have obtained regulatory elements soon after their reemergence, and therefore eventually lost their coding capacity, do not necessarily represent evolutionary dead-ends.
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  87. retrotransposable
  88. sprouty
  89. stretchability
  90. subclumps
  91. subhalo
  92. subhalos
  93. sublethally
  94. subline
  95. sublines
  96. subnanometer
  97. supracanonical
  98. tcfg
  99. thiorodoxin (?same as thioredoxin?)
  100. tomographers
  101. transceptors
  102. trifluoromethoxyphenylhydrazone
  103. tropomyosin
  104. ultraclear
    • 2009 August 21, “New Products”, Science, volume 325, number 5943, DOI:10.1126/science.325_1021a, page 1021: 
      The ultraclear wells, combined with the OptiTrack labeling, make sample and well identification faster and less error-prone than conventional polypropylene microplates.
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  105. unequilibrated
  106. uniport
  107. untransduced
  108. valinomycin
  109. venepuncture
  110. wavefield

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