The state of being conformed; agreement; hence; structure, as depending on the arrangement of parts; form; arrangement.
The term to describe the shape of an animal belonging to a defined breed. Milk producing breeds have a very different shape to meat producing breeds.
The form, structure, shape and arrangement of the parts of a dog, as they relate and conform to the written standard of the breed.
The overall physical appearance of a horse, reflecting the arrangement of muscle, bone, and other body tissues.
Structure or shape of an animal or its carcass.
A structural state of a molecule - different conformations may be reached only without breaking bonds.
The spacial arrangements of atoms affording distinction between stereoisomers which can be interconverted by rotations about formally single bonds.
the build and shape of the horse
The three-dimensional or spatial orientation of bonds and atoms in a molecule. A certain molecule usually exists in a number of possible conformations.
The precise shape of a protein or other macromolecule in three dimensions resulting from the spatial location of the atoms in the molecule. A small change in the conformations of some proteins affects their activity considerably.
the structure and general make-up of a horse.
A molecular geometry that differs from other geometries chiefly by rotation about single or triple bonds; distinct conformations (termed con formers) are associated with distinct potential wells. Typical biomolecules and products of organic synthesis can interconvert among many conformations; typical diamondoid structures are locked into a single potential well, and thus lack conformational flexibility.
Spatial location of the atoms of a molecule - for example, the precise shape of a protein or other macromolecule in three dimensions.
Spatial orientation of molecules.
The spatial determinants of the atoms within a molecule, for example, the 3-D shape of a protein.
Conformation refers to protein folding and the effects of three-dimensional structure on protein function. Events that affect protein conformation are the interactions of a protein with other proteins and post-translational modifications. Environment is crucial to proper protein folding and creation of a stable conformation. The cell often destroys proteins whose conformations are not stable. See also Denaturation, Disulfide Bond, Domain, Secondary Structure, Structural Biology, Tertiary Structure.
Body structure of the horse.
a symmetrical arrangement of the parts of a thing
any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline); "he could barely make out their shapes through the smoke"
The build of a horse that is determines how likely it is to be healthy
The shape and proportion of the body
The shape or contour of the alpaca, resulting from the appropriate arrangement, or balance, of all body parts.
One particular 3-dimensional arrangement of a molecule
The overall structure of the horse. What is acceptable conformation depends on what you plan to do with the horse.
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A horse's anatomical make up.
The 3-dimensional structure of a molecule.
The particular form of a cat, made up of the size and shape of a breed. Also called type.
The way a horse is "put together," with particular regard to its proportions.
The shape of a molecule, produced by the specific spatial arrangement of the units that compose it.
The precise three-dimensional arrangement of atoms and bonds in a molecule which describe its geometry and, hence, its molecular function.
The physical makeup of and bodily proportions of a horse how it is put together.
the structure of a Thoroughbred's body, as determined by the arrangement and harmony of is parts.
Symmetrical disposition of the parts of a horse
a trial event in which the terrier is judged on the degree in which various angles and parts of the body agree or harmonize with each other (based on a breed standard). In addition to conformation and movement, the dog is judged on temperament; as in all things having to do with Jack Russells, the best working dog is being sought. ( info)
a physical shape or build of a horse
the shape of the horse, or the way a horse is put together.
The form and structure, make and shape; arrangement of the parts in conformance with breed-standard demands.
The overall way in which a horse is put together and also the relationship of specific parts of the horse in regards to its proportions.
the spatial arrangement of a molecule in space at any particular moment in time. [Most molecules can adopt an infinite number of conformations because of the possible rotation about single covalent bonds. Of these possibilities most compounds tend to spend most time in only one or a few conformational states, called the preferred conformations.
term describing the physical structure of the entire dog
The way a horse's body is put together
A horse's build and general physical structure; the way he is put together.
The characteristic three-dimensional shape of macromolecules, such as proteins, DNA, carbohydrates, etc.
How a horse is put together with regard to his shape, including proportions and angles. Usually referenced to an ideal for the breed.