Synsets for "alkaline"

Synset: alkaline.a.01

Synonyms: alkaline

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: relating to or containing an alkali; having a pH greater than 7

Examples: alkaline soils derived from chalk or limestone

Lemmas: alkaline alkalic

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Antonyms: acidic

    

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Oryzin Oryzin (, "Aspergillus alkaline proteinase", "aspergillopeptidase B", "API 21", "aspergillopepsin B", "aspergillopepsin F", "Aspergillus candidus alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus flavus alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus melleus semi-alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus oryzae alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus parasiticus alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus serine proteinase", "Aspergillus sydowi alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus soya alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus melleus alkaline proteinase", "Aspergillus sulphureus alkaline proteinase", "prozyme", "P 5380", "kyorinase", "seaprose S", "semi-alkaline protease", "sumizyme MP", "prozyme 10", "onoprose", "onoprose SA", "protease P", "promelase") is an enzyme. This enzyme catalyses the following chemical reaction
Alkaline battery Another type of alkaline batteries are secondary rechargeable alkaline battery, which allows reuse of specially designed cells.
Alkaline lysis Alkaline lysis or alkaline extraction is a method used in molecular biology to isolate plasmid DNA from bacteria.
Alkaline phosphatase In humans, alkaline phosphatase is present in all tissues throughout the entire body, but is particularly concentrated in the liver, bile duct, kidney, bone, intestinal mucosa and placenta. In the serum, two types of alkaline phosphatase isozymes predominate: skeletal and liver. During childhood the majority of alkaline phosphatase are of skeletal origin. Humans and most other mammals contain the following alkaline phosphatase isozymes:
Elevated alkaline phosphatase Elevated levels of the alkaline phosphatase enzyme are reported with those who have obesity. A study reported there were higher serum levels of alkaline phosphatase in obese than in the non obese. With elevated alkaline phosphatase levels there is an increase in disproportionate intracellular fat depots and thereby releasing itself into the bloodstream. The relationship between alkaline phosphatase and obesity is still being tested.
Alkali salt 'Alkaline salts' are often the major component of alkaline dishwasher detergent powders.
Alkali soil Alkaline soils are basic, but not all basic soils are alkaline.
Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva Outbreaks may be measurable clinically by elevated levels of alkaline phosphatase and bone-specific alkaline phosphatase.
Seminal vesicle Seminal vesicle fluid is alkaline, resulting in human semen having a mildly alkaline pH.
Rechargeable alkaline battery A rechargeable alkaline battery (also known as alkaline rechargeable or rechargeable alkaline manganese (RAM)) is a type of alkaline battery that is capable of recharging for repeated use. The first-generation rechargeable alkaline technology was developed by Battery Technologies Inc in Canada and licensed to Pure Energy, EnviroCell, Rayovac, and Grandcell. Subsequent patent and advancements in technology have been introduced. The formats include AAA, AA, C, D, and snap-on 9-volt batteries. Rechargeable alkaline batteries are manufactured fully charged and have the ability to hold their charge for years, longer than NiCd and NiMH batteries, which self-discharge.
Rechargeable alkaline battery Rechargeable alkaline batteries are developed from primary alkaline batteries, designed to resist leakage that a recharge could cause, so they can be safely recharged many times.
Rechargeable alkaline battery Most alkaline batteries available are disposable, designed to be used until exhausted, then discarded. There are also rechargeable alkaline batteries, designed to be recharged.
Alkaline phosphatase Common alkaline phosphatases used in research include:
Placental alkaline phosphatase Alkaline phosphatase, placental type also known as placental alkaline phosphatase (PLAP) is an allosteric enzyme that in humans is encoded by the "ALPP" gene.
Alkaline earth metal The alkaline earth metals are all silver-colored and soft, and have relatively low densities, melting points, and boiling points. In chemical terms, all of the alkaline metals react with the halogens to form the alkaline earth metal halides, all of which are ionic crystalline compounds (except for beryllium chloride, which is covalent). All the alkaline earth metals except beryllium also react with water to form strongly alkaline hydroxides and, thus, should be handled with great care. The heavier alkaline earth metals react more vigorously than the lighter ones. The alkaline metals have the second-lowest first ionization energies in their respective periods of the periodic table because of their somewhat low effective nuclear charges and the ability to attain a full outer shell configuration by losing just two electrons. The second ionization energy of all of the alkaline metals is also somewhat low.
No Division The song 'Rooftops' was later covered by Alkaline Trio on the Jade Tree Alkaline Trio / Hot Water Music Split EP.
Drain cleaner Alkaline drain openers can dissolve hair (containing proteins) and fats inside pipes via alkaline hydrolysis of amide and ester respectively:
Alkaline Trio / Smoking Popes Alkaline Trio / Smoking Popes is a split single by the Chicago-based rock bands Alkaline Trio and Smoking Popes. It was distributed to attendees at a New Year's Eve performance by both bands at the Metro Chicago on December 31, 2006 – January 1, 2007. The single features each band covering one of the other's songs, with Alkaline Trio covering the Smoking Popes' "Off My Mind" (from "Get Fired") and the Smoking Popes covering Alkaline Trio's "Blue Carolina" (from "Good Mourning").
Climax mine The rocks of the Climax Stock are alkaline felsic intrusives. They range from porphyritic alkaline rhyolite to alkaline aplite to porphyritic alkaline granite. In map view, the igneous bodies of the Climax Stock form a roughly circular structure. In cross-section view, each intrusion has an inverted bowl shape.
Eveready Battery Company Prior to March 1, 1980, the company's alkaline battery had been called the Eveready Alkaline Battery (1959–1968), Eveready Alkaline Energizer (1968–1974) and Eveready Alkaline Power Cell (1974–February 29, 1980). On March 1, 1980, it was rebadged under its current name, Energizer.