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Tryptophan is one of the 20 standard amino acids, as well as an essential amino acid in the human diet. It is encoded in the standard genetic code as the codon UGG

Tryptophan (data page)
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Tryst may refer to:*A meeting of two lovers, as in courtship*Tryst , a book by Elswyth Thane*Tryst , a play by Karoline Leach*A nightclub at the Wynn Las Vegas hotel

Tryst (book)
- Book Information :Written in 1939 by Elswyth Thane, Tryst is a story of two people and a seemingly ordinary home. While the quick summary may make it sound like a Horror novel, it actually borders on Mystery and Romance.- Plot Summary :

Tsar is a title used to designate certain European Slavic monarchs or supreme rulers. As a system of government in the Tsardom of Russia and Russian Empire, it is known as Tsarist autocracy, or Tsarism

Tsaritsa , formerly spelled czaritsa , is the title of a female autocratic ruler of Bulgaria or Russia, or the title of a tsar's wife.

The endmember hornblende tschermakite is a calcium rich monoclinic amphibole mineral. It is frequently synthesized along with its ternary solid solution series members tremolite and cummingtonite so that the thermodynamic properties of its assemblage can be applied to solving other solid solution series from a variety of amphibole minerals.-Mineral

Tsetse (disambiguation)
Tsetse and similar can mean :* Tse tse fly, one of the large biting flies inhabiting much of mid-continental Africa between the Sahara and the Kalahari deserts, it has been known to spread disease, including African Sleeping Sickness

The Tsimshian are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Tsimshian translates to Inside the Skeena River. Their communities are in British Columbia and Alaska, around Terrace and Prince Rupert and the southernmost corner of Alaska on Annette Island. There are approximately 10,000 Tsimshian

Tsinandali is a village in Kakheti, Georgia, noted for the estate and its historic winery which once belonged to the 19th-century aristocratic poet Alexander Chavchavadze . It is situated in the district of Telavi, 79 km east of Tbilisi.

Tsk or TSK may refer to:* Dental click, a sound used in English to express disapproval, often spelled as "tsk" or "tut"* Written form of dental clicks as an interjection as it appears in English

TSN (gene)
Translin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TSN gene.-Interactions:TSN has been shown to interact with PPP1R15A.-Further reading:

TSP (econometrics software)
TSP is a programming language for the estimation and simulation of econometric models. TSP stands for "Time Series Processor", although it is also commonly used with cross section and panel data. The company behind the program is TSP International which was founded in 1978 by Bronwyn H

The acronym TST can refer to:*Ternary search tree, a computer science term for a data structure used in search problems*Toeplitz Symmetric Tridiagonal, a specific type of matrix*Toronto School of Theology, Canada

TST (gene)
Thiosulfate sulfurtransferase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the TST gene.-Further reading:

Tsu (kana)
つ, in hiragana, or ツ in katakana, and the variant form ㋡, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. Both are phonemically although for phonological reasons, the actual pronunciation is

Japanese words have the following meanings:*pressure point in the context of traditional medicine*a Japanese unit of measure*Cooking pot or a similar vessel

Tsuna (disambiguation)
-Fictional characters:* Tsunayoshi "Tsuna" Sawada, a character from the anime/manga Reborn!

Tsunami (album)
Tsunami is an album released in 1999. It contains ten tracks picked by Tsunami Tranceport, and was released under the Kinetic Label.-Track listing:#Zorba- The Deep#Chakra- Deliverance#I.Zen- Voices#Saiko-Pod - Magnetic Force

Tsunami (band)
Tsunami was an American indie rock band from Arlington, Virginia, formed by housemates Jenny Toomey and Kristin Thomson in late 1990 to play at New Year's party

Tsunami (comics)
Tsunami, in comics, may refer to:*Tsunami , a character*Tsunami , an imprint

Tsunami (Southern All Stars song)
"Tsunami" is a song by the Southern All Stars, released as their forty-fourth single on January 26, 2000.-Overview:The song was the first number-one single for Southern All Stars since the 1996 single Ai no Kotodama on the Oricon weekly charts. The band used the style of hard rock on the previous single "Yellow Man," which was released in March 1999

Tswa, or XiTswa is a South-Eastern Bantu language in Southern Mozambique. Its closest relatives are Ronga and Tsonga, the three forming the Tswa–Ronga family of languages.

TT, Tt, tt, or .tt may refer to:- Organizations :* Texas Tech University, a university in Lubbock, Texas, United States* Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå, a Swedish news agency* Türk Telekom, a Turkish telecommunications company

Ttfn (novel)
ttfn is a young adult novel by Lauren Myracle. Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. in 2005, it is the sequel to ttyl, and is also written entirely in the style of instant messaging conversation

Ttyl (novel)
ttyl is a young adult novel by Lauren Myracle, published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. In 2004, it gained attention for being the first-ever novel written entirely in the style of instant messaging conversation

TU (band)
TU is a band formed by Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto. They released one eponymous album in 2003.They opened for Tool on its 10,000 days tour on a few dates.-Track listing:#"Untamed Chicken"#"Absinthe & a Cracker"#"The NOOOSE"#"XTCU2"

TU (Time Unit)
In the IEEE 802.11 standard, a unit of time equal to 1024 microseconds. A whole number of such units are used to describe several intervals in that standard. The use of the term is to avoid using the term "millisecond", which is slightly different

Tua is a river in northeastern Portugal, flowing by the border of Vila Real District and Bragança District. It is a tributary of the Douro River. The biggest and most important city it goes through is Mirandela.

TUA may stand for:* TOW Under Armor* Trinity University of Asia , a private Episcopalean university in Quezon City, Philippines* Tulcan Airport code in Tulcán, Ecuador

The tuatara is a reptile endemic to New Zealand which, though it resembles most lizards, is actually part of a distinct lineage, order Sphenodontia. The two species of tuatara are the only surviving members of its order, which flourished around 200 million years ago. Their most recent common ancestor with any other extant group is with the squamates

Tuatara (album)
Tuatara – A Flying Nun Compilation is a compilation of previously released songs by artists on New Zealand based Flying Nun Records. It was released as a vinyl album by Flying Nun in 1985 and on CD with additional tracks

Tub may refer to:* A large round container without a lid - used for washing clothes in, growing plants in, etc.* A shallow, plastic or paper container, typically with a lid or closure.* A bath or Bathtub - a plumbing fixture for bathing.

TUB (gene)
Tubby protein homolog is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TUB gene.-Interactions:TUB has been shown to interact with PLCG1.-Further reading:

The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched brass instrument. Sound is produced by vibrating or "buzzing" the lips into a large cupped mouthpiece. It is one of the most recent additions to the modern symphony orchestra, first appearing in the mid-19th century, when it largely replaced the ophicleide. Tuba is Latin for trumpet or horn

Tubal (disambiguation)
Tubal was a son of Japheth, son of Noah.Tubal may also refer to:* Tubal-cain, a figure in Genesis 4.* Tubal , a character in The Merchant of Venice* Tubal Rabbi Cain , Nigerian writer

Tubas or Toubas is a small Palestinian city in the northeastern West Bank, located northeast of Nablus, a few kilometers west of the Jordan River. A city of over 16,000 inhabitants, it serves as the economic and administrative center of the Tubas Governorate. Its urban area consists of 2,271 dunams

Tubby can refer to:* A. A. Englander, a cinematographer, nicknamed 'Tubby'* King Tubby, a dub musician* Tubby or Tubbies or Teletubbies, a children's television program* Trevor Allan, Australian rugby union and rugby league footballer, nicknamed 'Tubby'

Tube (BBC Micro)
In computing, the Tube was the expansion interface and architecture of the BBC Microcomputer System which allowed the BBC Micro to communicate with a second processor, or coprocessor.

Tube (container)
A tube is a soft squeezable container which can be used for thick liquids such as glue and toothpaste. Basically, a tube is a cylindrical, hollow piece with a round or oval profile, made of plastic, paperboard, or aluminum. Both ends of this tube are treated differently during the manufacturing process and filling

Tube (structure)
In structural engineering, the tube is the name given to the systems where in order to resist lateral loads a building is designed to act like a three-dimensional hollow tube, cantilevered perpendicular to the ground. The system was introduced by Fazlur Rahman Khan while at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill's Chicago office

A tubercle is generally a wart-like projection, but it has slightly different meaning depending on which family of plants or animals it is used to refer to.

Tubercle (rib)
The tubercle of a rib is an eminence on the posterior surface, at the junction of the neck and body of the rib, and nearer the lower than the upper border.It consists of an articular and a non-articular portion.

Tubing may refer to:* Tubing , flexible hose or pipe * Tubing , the act of riding an inner tube* Structural tubing* Plumbing tube used in domestic water systems* Inserting a tube* Brass instrument tubing

Tubu is a village in North-West District of Botswana. It is located close to Okavango Delta and it has a primary school. The population was 392 in 2001 census.

Tubular may refer to:*the form of a cylinder or tube*Tubular, a television-related entertainment blog on the Houston Chronicle website*Tubular, a level in the video game Super Mario World

Tubularia is a genus of hydroids that appear to be furry pink tufts or balls at the end of long strings, thus causing them to be sometimes be called "pink-mouthed" or "pink-hearted" hydroids. T. larynx is described as:The stems are tubular, with a yellowish coloured tegument and are branched at the base

A tubule is a very small tube or fistular structure.A system of surface-connected membranes in muscle that enables a nerve impulse to travel to the interior of the muscle fibre.In anatomy, a tubule is a minute tube lined with glandular epithelium.

Tucana is a constellation in the southern sky, created in the late sixteenth century. Its name is Latin for the toucan, a South American bird.-History:

Tuck (comics)
Tuck is a character from Marvel UK comics. She is the partner of Death's Head, and first appeared in Death's Head vol. 2 #3. Tuck was created by Dan Abnett and Liam Sharp.-Fictional character biography:

Tuck (sewing)
In sewing, a tuck is a fold or pleat in fabric that is sewn in place.Small tucks, especially multiple parallel tucks, may be used to decorate clothing or household linens

Tuck shop
A tuck shop is a small, food-selling retailer. It is a term principally used in the UK, Grenada, South Africa, New Zealand, the Australian states of Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales, and occasionally in other parts of the former British Empire. In New South Wales, the term is interchangeable with the word canteen

-People:First name *Tucker Carlson, former television host*Tucker Max, Internet personality, author*Tucker Martine, drummer and record producer*Tucker Smith, actor, dancer and singerSurname *Tucker *Albert W

Tucker (album)
__notoc__Tucker is an album by Joe Jackson, released in November 1988 by A&M Records. It is the soundtrack for the Francis Ford Coppola film, Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Tuesday is a day of the week occurring after Monday and before Wednesday.According to international standard ISO 8601, it is the second day of the week, although in some traditions it is the third.

Tuesday (book)
Tuesday is a book by David Wiesner. Released by Clarion Books, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1992.The story, told in detailed illustrations with only a few captions, concerns frogs who mysteriously rise out of their pond on floating lily pads as the sun sets on a Tuesday evening

Tuesday (disambiguation)
Tuesday is a day of the week.Tuesday may also refer to:* Tuesday , a 2008 film* Tuesday , a 1991 book by David Wiesner-Music:

Tuesday (film)
Tuesday is a low-budget British heist film set in the 1980s. It stars John Simm and Philip Glenister as jewel thieves. It also stars Ashley Walters and Kevin McNally

Tufa is a variety of limestone, formed by the precipitation of carbonate minerals from ambient temperature water bodies. Geothermally heated hot-springs sometimes produce similar carbonate deposits known as travertine

Tuff is a type of rock consisting of consolidated volcanic ash ejected from vents during a volcanic eruption. Tuff is sometimes called tufa, particularly when used as construction material, although tufa also refers to a quite different rock. Rock that contains greater than 50% tuff is considered tuffaceous

Tuff (band)
Tuff is an American glam metal band formed in 1985 in Phoenix, Arizona, by guitarist Jorge DeSaint and bassist Todd Chase . The band was completed with the arrival of drummer Michael Lean and short-lived vocalist Terry Fox, who left the band shortly afterwards to pursue an ice skating career

Tuff (disambiguation)
Tuff is a type of rock consisting of consolidated volcanic ash ejected from vents during a volcanic eruption.Tuff may also refer to:-People:Given name* Tuff Harris , American football defensive back

Tuffet, pouffe or hassock are all terms for a piece of furniture used as a footstool or low seat. It is distinguished from a stool by being completely covered in fabric so that no legs are visible. It is essentially a large hard cushion that may have an internal wooden frame to give it more rigidity

In the aviation field, the term tuft refers to a strip of yarn or string of varying length attached to an aircraft surface in a grid pattern and imaged during flight. The motion of these tufts during flight can be observed and recorded in order to locate flow features such as boundary layer separation and reattachment