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Mutual conversion.

in′ter·con·vert′ v.
in′ter·con·vert′i·bil′i·ty n.
in′ter·con·vert′i·ble adj.


vb (tr)
to convert (two things) into one another
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The more of these features you add, the bigger the mess that results when you try to interconvert.
This is likely due to the fact that SFN and Erucin are able to interconvert rapidly in mice and human subjects (Clarke et al.
Animals and humans, and their excised tissues, are known to hydroxylate DHEA at several positions and to interconvert 7 alpha-hydroxy-DHEA, 7 beta-hydroxy-DHEA, 7-oxo-DHEA, and the corresponding derivatives of androst-5-enediol.
Development and evaluation of empirical equations to interconvert between twelfth-rib fat and kidney, pelvic, and heart fat respective fat weights and to predict initial conditions of fat deposition models for beef cattle.
Mutations that interconvert each of the four nucleotides have been observed within natural populations and within the laboratory, as have insertions, deletions, and translocations of minisequences from one region of the DNA sequence to another.
But new findings by scientists at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Whitehead Institute, point to a much more decentralized society, with cancer cells able to interconvert between different types.
The BE8500 is the world's first dynamic dual-mode HD/SD (High Definition/Standard Definition) encoder able to easily interconvert between multiple advanced compression standards, including both the H.
A reference which suggests that each enantiomer is equally responsible for the side effects or which indicates that the enantiomers are likely to interconvert vitiates any motive to separate the enantiomers.
Arsenite and arsenate generally interconvert in urine depending on handling and storage conditions, and the sum of the two is generally used to measure inorganic arsenic in urine.
To verify that folates do not interconvert during WB hemolysis, we added 1 folate form at a time to a series of WB hemolysates generated from 1 donor sample at pH 4.