[ UK /tˈe‍ɪmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪmɝ/ ]
  1. an animal trainer who tames wild animals
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How To Use tamer In A Sentence

  • Recombinant Oct-11 protein binds specifically to an octamer sequence invitro.
  • Initially known for drum'n'bass-driven club bangers, they have since headed into tamer territory. Times, Sunday Times
  • Publisher: Information Gatekeepers, Inc. Archemix announces aptamer-based therapeutics agreement with Johnson TILMA Expands on NAFTA
  • An organism is considered metameric when its body is mostly formed of serially repeated anatomical units called metameres.
  • So, would the homeobox regulation of metamerism be considered as a "front-loaded" pre-adaptation? Ancient Predator Revealed!
  • Tameratta hitomi ukabu namida demo ashita no chikara ni kaete AnimeBlogger.net Antenna
  • In the turn, Lion Tamer moved four wide to sail past rivals and seize the lead in early stretch.
  • These species are notable for the plesiomorphic retention of venation (albeit already quite reduced) in their tegmina, segmented cerci, and pentamerous tarsi.
  • In contrast to flies, which have a clearly segmented ectoderm, the mesoderm is the primary vertebrate tissue that is organized in a metameric pattern. Nobel Lecture The Identification Of Genes Controlling Development In Flies And Fishes
  • From recent developments in molecular biology, it is becoming clear that cationic chemical species, such as histone octamer, protamine, spermidine, etc. play an essential role in the packing of long DNA chains into the nucleus.
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