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Segrosome
Segrosomes are protein complexes that ensure accurate segregation of plasmids or chromosomes during bacterial cell division.Just as higher forms of life have evolved a complex mitotic apparatus to partition duplicated DNA during cell division, bacteria require a specialized apparatus to partition their duplicated DNA

Segue
A segue is a smooth transition from one topic or section to the next.-In music:In music, segue is a direction to the performer. It means continue without a pause. It comes from the Italian "it follows". The term attacca is also used in classical music.For written music it implies a transition from one section to the next without any break

Sehnsucht
Sehnsucht is a German noun translated as "longing", "yearning" and "craving", or in a wider sense a type of "intensely missing". However, Sehnsucht is difficult to translate adequately and describes a deep emotional state. Its meaning is somewhat similar to the Portuguese word, saudade

Sehnsucht (Schiller album)
Sehnsucht is a music album launched under the project Schiller undertaken by Christopher Von Deylen. The album was launched on . The album features collaboration with several established artists like Xavier Naidoo, Jaël, Kim Sanders, and Klaus Schulze among others.The album was launched in four versions: a limited three-disc Super Deluxe Edition, a two-disc Deluxe Edition, a

Seiche
A seiche is a standing wave in an enclosed or partially enclosed body of water. Seiches and seiche-related phenomena have been observed on lakes, reservoirs, swimming pools, bays, harbors and seas

Seidel
Seidel may refer to:* Seidel , named after Philipp Ludwig von Seidel* Seidel Band Instrument Company* Hanns-Seidel-Foundation, after Hanns Seidel* Gauss–Seidel method, after Philipp Ludwig von Seidel* Seidel, a beer-mug or a measurement of beer

Seine (disambiguation)
Seine may refer to one of the following:*Seine, a major river in France*Seine , a former administrative subdivision of France encompassing Paris and its immediate suburbs*Seine River :**Seine River , Canada

Seis
The seis is a type of Puerto Rican dance music, related to décima. It originated in the later half of the 17th century in the southern part of Spain. The word means six, which may have come from the custom of having six couples perform the dance, though many more couples eventually became quite common

SEITA
SEITA , was the former French state-owned tobacco monopoly. It merged in 1999 with its Spanish equivalent, Tabacalera, to form Altadis.- See also :

Seitse
Seitse is a private Estonian television channel. It includes culture and music for Estonians and Russians of ages 20–40. Music channel Seitse shows at least 400 music videos per day.-Music Shows:*2000+*Cooler Party*Hommik Helge!*Head isu!*MusicMix

Seize
Seize may refer to:*Seisin, legal possession*Seizing, a class of knots used to semi-permanently bind together two ropes*Seize , a British electronic band*The jamming of machine parts against each other, usually due to insufficient lubrication

Seize the Day
Seize the day is the translation of the Latin saying Carpe diem.Seize the Day may further refer to:* Seize the Day , a 2003 album by Damien Dempsey* Seize the Day , a folk band from the United Kingdom

Seize the Day (band)
Seize The Day are a folk band from the United Kingdom. They specialise in protest songs, and have supported many environmental campaigns across the world.-History:

Seizing
Seizings are a class of knots used to semi-permanently bind together two ropes, two parts of the same rope, or rope and another object. Akin to lashings, they use string or small-stuff to produce friction and leverage to immobilize larger ropes. Seizings are not recommended for heavy loads.

Seizure
An epileptic seizure, occasionally referred to as a fit, is defined as a transient symptom of "abnormal excessive or synchronous neuronal activity in the brain". The outward effect can be as dramatic as a wild thrashing movement or as mild as a brief loss of awareness

Seizure (disambiguation)
-In medicine:*Epileptic seizure, caused by abnormal, rhythmic discharges of cortical neurons*Non-epileptic seizure, which mimics epileptic seizure but has a different cause-Other:*Search and seizure, the legal removal of property

Seizure (novel)
Seizure is the 2003 novel by American author Robin Cook which explores the concerns raised by advances in therapeutic cloning. It debuted at Number 6 on The New York Times Best Seller list on August 3, 2003. It remained on the best seller list for three weeks

Sel (disambiguation)
Sel is a municipality in the county of Oppland, Norway.Sel may also refer to:* Nord-Sel, Sel, Norway* Sel , an Australian masculine given name* Sel , a genus of the orchid family* Sel , a Lithuanian band-See also:

Sel (given name)
Sel is an Australian masculine given name, and may refer to:* Sel Lisle , Australian rugby league player* Sel Murray , Australian rules footballer

Sela (disambiguation)
Sela may refer to:* Sela , the capital of Edom* Sela , abandoned city, near Medina*Dudi Sela , Israeli tennis player*Inn River, named Sela between Lake Sils and Lake Silvaplana

Selah
Selah is a word used frequently in the Hebrew Bible, often in the Psalms, and is a difficult concept to translate. It is probably either a liturgico-musical mark or an instruction on the reading of the text, something like "stop and listen"

Selah (album)
Selah: Music for the Quiet Time is an album by Vic Mignogna. It is a collection of piano tracks and a tribute to God.

Seldom
Seldom was a Seattle-based pop-rock trio. Their line-up consisted of piano, bass, and drums, but some songs included electric guitar, mellotron, strings, or other keyboard instruments. They toured in support of both Pedro the Lion and Sarah Shannon

Select
Select or SELECT may refer to:* Select , an album by Kim Wilde* Select , a British music magazine* Select , a keyword in SQL* select , a system call for polling multiple file descriptors

Select (album)
Select is the second studio album by Kim Wilde, released in May 1982.The first single from this album, "Cambodia", was released in November 1981 and signalled a different sound from the Wilde camp, with an electronic and synth sound different from The Enid sound of her last album. The songs were again written by Marty and Ricky Wilde, production by Ricky Wilde

Select (Unix)
select is a system call and application programming interface in Unix-like and POSIX-compliant operating systems for examining the status of file descriptors of open input/output channels

Selection
In the context of evolution, certain traits or alleles of genes segregating within a population may be subject to selection. Under selection, individuals with advantageous or "adaptive" traits tend to be more successful than their peers reproductively—meaning they contribute more offspring to the succeeding generation than others do

Selection (Australian history)
Selection referred to "free selection before survey" of crown land in some Australian colonies under land legislation introduced in the 1860s. These acts were similar to the United States Homestead Act and were intended to encourage closer settlement, based on intensive agriculture, such as wheat-growing, rather than extensive agriculture, such as wool production

Selection (disambiguation)
Selection is the consistent differential survival and reproduction among genotypes.Selection may also refer to:In computer science:* Selection * Selection * Selection

Selectivity
Selectivity may refer to:* Selectivity , in radio transmission* Binding selectivity, in pharmacology* Functional selectivity, in pharmacology* Socioemotional selectivity theory, in social psychology

Selector
A selector can be:*"Selector" music scheduling software for radio stations created by Radio Computing Services*Selector , a Reggae DJ *A DNA probe used in the selector-technique

Selector (disc jockey)
Selector is the term originally used for a reggae/dancehall disc jockey .

Selector (sport)
In many team sports, a selection panel consist of selectors who choose teams or individuals to represent a country or club in sporting competitions.Selectors tend to be past players.

Selene
In Greek mythology, Selene was an archaic lunar deity and the daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia. In Roman mythology, the moon goddess is called Luna, Latin for "moon".

SELENE
SELENE , better known in Japan by its nickname after the legendary Japanese moon princess, was the second Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft. Produced by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science and the National Space Development Agency , both now part of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency , the spacecraft was launched on September 14, 2007

Selenic acid
Selenic acid is the chemical compound with the formula . It is an oxoacid of selenium, and its structure is more accurately described as .As predicted by VSEPR theory, the selenium center is tetrahedral, with a Se–O bond length of 161 pm

Selenite (disambiguation)
-Substances containing selenium:*A selenium-containing anion or ionic compound with the SeO32− anion:**Selenite **Selenous acid**Silver selenite**Sodium selenite*Selenite broth, an enrichment medium for the isolation of Salmonella species-Other:

Selenonic acid
A selenonic acid is an organic compound containingone or more –SeO3H groups, e.g. benzeneselenonic acid,C6H5SeO3H. Selenonic acidsare the selenium analogues of sulfonic acids.

Seles
Seles may refer to:*Monica Seles, a professional tennis player*Seles, a fictional character in the Tales of Symphonia universe*Seles, Angola, a municipality

Self
The self is an individual person as the object of his or her own reflective consciousness. The self has been studied extensively by philosophers and psychologists and is central to many world religions.-Philosophy:

Self (magazine)
Self magazine is an American magazine for women that specializes in health, fitness, nutrition, beauty and happiness. Published by Condé Nast Publications 12 times a year, it has a circulation of 1,486,992 and a total audience of 5,541,000 readers, according to its corporate media kit. The editor-in-chief is Lucy Danziger. The vice president and publisher is Laura McEwen

Self (spirituality)
Religious views on the self vary widely. The self is a complex and core subject in many forms of spirituality. Two types of self are commonly considered - the self that is the ego, also called the learned, superficial self of mind and body, "false self", an egoic creation, and the Self which is sometimes called the "True Self", the "Observing Self", or the "Witness"

Self bow
A self bow is a bow made from a single piece of wood. Extra material such as horn nocks on the ends, or built-up handles, would normally be accepted as part of a self bow

Self-destructive behaviour
In human context, self-destructive behaviour is a widely used phrase that conceptualises certain kinds of destructive acts as belonging to the self. It also has the property that it characterises certain kinds of self-inflicted acts as destructive

Self-destructive behaviour
In human context, self-destructive behaviour is a widely used phrase that conceptualises certain kinds of destructive acts as belonging to the self. It also has the property that it characterises certain kinds of self-inflicted acts as destructive

Self-Help (book)
Self-Help; with Illustrations of Character and Conduct was a book published in 1859 by Samuel Smiles. The second edition of 1866 added Perseverance to the subtitle. It has been called "the bible of mid-Victorian liberalism".

Self-incrimination
Self-incrimination is the act of accusing oneself of a crime for which a person can then be prosecuted. Self-incrimination can occur either directly or indirectly: directly, by means of interrogation where information of a self-incriminatory nature is disclosed; indirectly, when information of a self-incriminatory nature is disclosed voluntarily without pressure from another

Self-Inflicted
-Tracklisting:# Hate Me!# Black Candle# Understand My Torment# Are we the Sinners?# Give It Back# Face the Fire# Coming up for Air# Tell Me What to Do!# Under My Control# Kill a Raver# Showroom Dummies

Self-interest
Self-interest generally refers to a focus on the needs or desires of oneself. By extension, it can mean:*Individualism, a philosophy stressing the worth of individual selves

Self-made
Self-made or Self Made or Selfmade may refer to:*Selfmade Records, a German hip hop label*Self Made , an album by Rocko*"Self-Made" , an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Self-Made (album)
Self Made is the debut studio album by American rapper/producer Rocko, which includes the singles "Umma Do Me", " Tomorrow", and "Dis Morning". Guest artists on the album include Lloyd, KC, Dre, and Monica, and was released by Rocky Roads/So So Def/Island Urban/Def Jam on March 18, 2008. The album scored negative reviews

Self-Made (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Self-Made" is a seventh season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the torture and murder of a young writer, leading them to uncover a shocking conspiracy behind her shooting.When the detectives begin, they suspect the victim's boyfriend, a known drug dealer, may have had been

Self-portrait
A self-portrait is a representation of an artist, drawn, painted, photographed, or sculpted by the artist. Although self-portraits have been made by artists since the earliest times, it is not until the Early Renaissance in the mid 15th century that artists can be frequently identified depicting themselves as either the main subject, or as important characters in their work

Self-Portrait
Self-Portrait is a 2008 studio album by Swedish artist Jay-Jay Johanson.-Track listing:# "Wonder Wonders" - 5:34# "Lightning Strikes" - 5:15# "Autumn Winter Spring" - 4:57# "Liar" - 0:56# "Trauma" - 5:26# "My Mother's Grave" - 2:54

Self-portrait (disambiguation)
A self-portrait is a picture made by the person that it depicts.But the term Self portrait or self-portrait may also refer to:*Self Portrait

Self-righteousness
Self-righteousness is a feeling of smug moral superiority derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person.The term "self-righteous" is often considered derogatory Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, a holier-than-thou attitude) is a feeling of (usually) smug moral superiority derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person.The term "self-righteous" is often considered derogatory Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, a holier-than-thou attitude) is a feeling of (usually) smug moral superiority derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person.The term "self-righteous" is often considered derogatory (see, for example, journalist and essayist

Selfish (song)
"Selfish" is the debut single from Asia Cruise, from her upcoming debut album, Who Is Asia Cruise?. The song was written and produced by Dwayne Nesmith and Pierre Medor—better known as Tha Cornaboyz—and Tyrrell Bing

Selfishness
Selfishness denotes an excessive or exclusive concern with oneself, and as such it exceeds mere self interest or self concern. Insofar as a decision maker knowingly burdens or harms others for personal gain, the decision is selfish. In contrast, self-interest is more general

Selfism
Selfism refers to any philosophy, doctrine, or tendency that upholds explicitly selfish principles as being desirable. It is usually used pejoratively.-Definition:

Selfless
Selfless is Godflesh's third official album. It was released in 1994 on Earache Records.-Track listing:#"Xnoybis" – 5:55#"Bigot" – 4:34#"Black Boned Angel" – 6:47#"Anything Is Mine" – 3:59#"Empyreal" – 6:02#"Crush My Soul" – 4:27

Selfless
Selfless may refer to:*Selflessness, the act of sacrificing ones own interest for the greater good**Selfless service*Selfless , a 1994 album by Industrial Metal band Godflesh

Selkup
The Selkup , until 1930s called Ostyak-Samoyeds are a people in Siberia, Russia. They live in the northern parts of Tomsk Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, and Nenets Autonomous Okrug.- Outline :

Sell
Sell can refer to:*A verb relating to sales*Sell *One of several people named Edward Sell *Mary Elizabeth Sell, New York City Ballet dancer*Friedrich L