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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of helix hortensis:
/hilɪks hɔɹtɛnsɪs/

Derived Form of helix

noun
plural: helices
Noun
1
a curve that lies on the surface of a cylinder or cone and cuts the element at a constant angle
Synonymsspiral,
Hyponymsdouble helix,
Hypernymscurve,
Type ofcurve, curved shape,
Typesdouble helix,
2
a structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops
  1. a coil of rope
Synonymscoil, spiral, volute, whorl,
Hyponymshank,
Hypernymsstructure,
Type ofconstruction, structure,
Typeshank,
3
type genus of the family Helicidae
SynonymsHelix, genus Helix,
Hypernymsmollusk genus,
Partsbrown snail, edible snail, garden snail, Helix aspersa, Helix hortensis, Helix pomatia,
Type ofmollusk genus,
Part offamily Helicidae, Helicidae,

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  1. Helices C and D dissociate and helix D leans onto helix C.
  2. the hydrogen bonds break and the helix unwinds.
  3. MANHUNTS AREN'T EXACTLY IN HELIX'S WHEELHOUSE, FELICITY.
  4. choose Frodo, for XBMC 13 choose Gotham and if youre running Kodi, choose Helix.
  5. The alpha helix, when we look at all the alpha helices
  6. in the protein tropomyosin which winds around the actin helix
  7. Krytus managed to locate the double helix crystals.
  8. Katun surges through a right-hand helix.
  9. the double helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid aka DNA. Oh well that sounds incredibly
  10. Clematis Jackmanii superba. Hedera helix.
  11. Hedera helix.
  12. going up it would be a left handed helix. You will have to follow the polypeptide chain.
  13. not have an extended polypeptide chain we have a helix. These are the different types
  14. of the chain. So the polypeptide chain is now shaped like a helix. And we have the nitrogen of the amino acid, we have the
  15. helices, the difference between a 310 helix and a-helix and a p-helix is the hydrogen
  16. So we have basically the N terminus of the helixes to the C terminus of the helix. We
  17. this part is hydrophobic in nature. And I know if I have a single Transmembrane helix
  18. especially this B/C helix, how that B/C helix goes from a kinked structure to an extended structure.
  19. As an example: anisomorpha, heteroptera, hortensis, parvula, meleagris, segurae etc.
  20. will dimerise so that will be helix turn helix