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Encyclopedia > English expression

A list of English proverbs is provided at Wikiquote:English proverbs.

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Gene expression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (728 words)
Gene expression, or simply expression, is the process by which a gene's DNA sequence is converted into the structures and functions of a cell.
An inducible gene is a gene whose expression is either responsive to environmental change or dependent on the position of the cell cycle.
Indirectly, the expression of particular genes may be assessed with DNA microarray technology, which can provide a rough measure of the cellular concentration of different messenger RNAs; often thousands at a time.
Anglicism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1276 words)
Because English itself borrowed a great amount of French vocabulary after the Norman Conquest, some anglicisms are actually Old French words that dropped from usage over the centuries in French itself but were preserved in English, and have now come full circle back into French.
An English orthographical convention is that compound words are written separately, whereas in Finnish, compound words are written together, using a hyphen with acronyms and numbers.
A Briticism is an expression peculiar to British English, from an outsider's point-of-view.
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