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pool

noun alliance, amalgamation, bank, cartel, collaboration, collective, collectivism, combination, combination of funds, combine, common fund, common ownership, community of possession, confederacy, consolidation, consortium, cooperation, cosharing, federation, joint concern, joint ownership, joint possession, league, mutual ownership, partnership, syndicate, trust, unification, union
Associated concepts: insolvency pool, involuntary market pool, mortgage pool, stock pool

pool

verb affiliate with, ally, amalgamate, associate, band together, blend, collaborate, combine, confederate, conjoin, connect, consolidate, coordinate, enter into parttership with, federate, involve together, league, merge, mix, share, unify, unite
Associated concepts: pooling of assets
See also: act in concert, associate, combination, combine, concert, consolidation, consortium, contribution, cooperate, federalize, federation, fund, join, league, partnership, syndicate, trust, unite

POOL. A small lake of standing water.
     2. By the grant of a pool, it is said, both the land and water will pass. Co. Litt. 5. Vide Stagnum; Water. Undoubtedly the right to fish, and probably the right to use hydraulic works, will be acquired by such grant. 2 N. Hamps. Rep. 259; An on Wat. Courses, 47; Plowd. 161; Vaugh. 103; Bac. Ab. Grants, H 3; Com. Dig. Grant, E 5; 5 Cowen, 216; Cro. Jac. 150; 1 Lev. 44; Co. Litt. 5.

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14]C-glycine in larval protein was corrected for changes in specific activity of the intracellular free amino acid pool (Fig.
bistortoides, as evidenced by large seasonal variations in the rhizome amino acid pool.
faa] is the specific activity of glycine in the free amino acid pool, which changed during the time course of exposure to isotope [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2A OMITTED].
Collagen biosynthesis by dermal cells in the DE is sensitive to growth factors, ascorbate concentrations and amino acid pools.
is ubiquitously expressed and functions to accumulate lysine and arginine intracellular amino acid pools for nitrogen metabolism (Verrey et al.
During June, when extractable amino acid pools were maximal, populations (most probable numbers, MPN) capable of growth on glycine or glutamate were also high [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5B OMITTED].