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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of telomers

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 telomers:
/tɛlʌmɹ̩z/

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  1. The only problem though is that telomers is that telomers get shorter
  2. WHEN THE TELOMERS GET TO BE -- TELOMERS GET TO BE TOO SHORT,
  3. by things called TELOMERS
  4. The telomers look like little DNA lasso's or strings
  5. the telomers are like the bumpers
  6. remember those telomers are taking all the hits for you in there so over time those buffers get used up after a certain number of replications
  7. Because no one's telomers can stay long an strong for hundreds of years
  8. but what happens when his divide to many times and his telomers get to short to protect that DNA
  9. over time those telomers are taking a lot of hits, They brake or they get copied wrong
  10. For most people when telomers shorten we start to see things like
  11. some lemon and apple cider vinegar juice. The cells have chromosomes and telomers.
  12. NEEDING MORE TELOMERS. DO THEY BUY THEM FROM YEAST.
  13. TETRAHYMENA WILL MAKE TELOMERS FOR YOU.
  14. TO GIVE JUST A LITTLE BIT OF BACKGROUND ON TELOMERs AND
  15. THEY FOUND A WAY TO LOOK AT THE FUNCTION OF TELOMERs.
  16. FIRST OF ALL, THE TETRAHYMENA TELOMERs FUNCTIONED, PROTECTED
  17. AND IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND HOW IT IS THAT TELOMERS ARE
  18. MAINTAINED, THEY WROTE WHAT WE PROPOSE THAT TELOMERS ARE
  19. WOULD BE ELONGATED TELOMERs. THERE WERE OTHER HYPOTHESIS THAT
  20. INVOLVED OTHER MECHANISMS WHEREBY TELOMERs COULD BE