Deoxyribonucleic Acid

Deoxyribonucleic Acid in English

According to Abbreviationfinder, Deoxyribonucleic Acid is commonly known as DNA. DNA composition Support structure The support structure of a DNA strand is made up of alternating units of Phosphate and sugar groups. The sugar in DNA is a pentose, specifically, Deoxyribose. Phosphoric acid : Its chemical formula is H 3 PO 4. Each nucleotide can contain one (monophosphate: AMP), two (diphosphate: ADP) or […]

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DNA in English

According to Abbreviationfinder, DNA stands for Deoxyribonucleic Acid. Base pairing The double helix of DNA is kept stable by the formation of hydrogen bonds between the bases associated with each of the two strands. For the formation of a hydrogen bond, one of the bases must present a hydrogen “donor” with a partially positively charged […]

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ECOSOC in English

The founding states of the UN drew up guidelines in the Charter for a body that would have the capacity to coordinate the economic and social activities of the entire UN system. But the Economic and Social Council, or ECOSOC by Abbreviationfinder, has long played a hidden role. ECOSOC is subordinate to the General Assembly. […]

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International labor organization

ILO in English

ILO: International labor organization International Labor Organization, abbreviation ILO English International Labor Organization [ ɪ ntə næ ʃ nl le ɪ bə ɔ ː gəna ɪ ze ɪ ʃ n], abbreviation ILO [a ɪ el ə ʊ ], French Bureau International du Travail [by ro ε tεrnasj ɔ nal dy tra vaj], UN agency responsible […]

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Representation Costs

Representation Costs in English

“If you don’t advertise, you die!” This quote, which is attributed to the American auto mogul Henry Ford, is still valid today and not only for vehicle manufacturers. Representation costs play an important role for almost all companies. However, the term is neither a business nor a legal term. The marketing department often means something […]

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Imparity Principle

Imparity Principle in English

What is the imparity principle? The imparity principle is one of the fundamental principles in double-entry bookkeeping . It stipulates that merchants must exercise the necessary caution when assessing all business transactions and therefore have to record losses as soon as they can be assumed. The principles of proper bookkeeping regulate the recording of business […]

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