box

box
Container; receptacle. [L.L. buxis, fr. G. puxis, b. tree]
- black b. 1. (Jargon) descriptive of a method of reasoning or studying a problem, in which the methods and procedures, as such, are not described, explained, or perhaps even understood: conclusions relate solely to the empirical relationships observed; 2. in some contexts, the term can mean a piece of apparatus or an experimental animal in which the pharmacologic or toxicologic pathway has not yet been worked out.
- CAAT b. a sequence of nucleotides found in a conserved region of DNA located “upstream” (5′ direction) of the start points of eukaryotic transcription units; specific transcription factors appear to associate with it; found in many promoters at −75 bp with the consensus sequence : GG(T/C)CAATCT. It is believed to determine the efficiency of transcription.
- Skinner b. an experimental apparatus in which an animal presses a lever to obtain a reward or receive punishment.
- TATA b. a highly conserved bacterial DNA sequence found about 25 bp upstream from the transcription start site of genes, usually flanked by GC rich sequences; binding site of transcription factors but not RNA polymerase.
- view b. a light b. for display of radiographs or other photographic transparencies.

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(boks) a rectangular structure.

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