exhibiting Examples


    Examples of exhibiting in a Sentence

  • Examples of exhibit
    1. The immortalized DFCs (iDFCs) exhibit higher proliferate activity, which can be reversed to its original level before immortalization when deimmortalized by FLP recombinase.
    2. Among them, Naringin, a flavonone found in grapefruit, has been reported to exhibit various therapeutic and pharmacological properties including antioxidant, antimicrobial, cardioprotective and antimutagenic effects [18 ].
    3. Throughout the first, second and early third instars, Drosophila larvae exhibit photophobicity and remain buried in their food source throughout the critical feeding period.
  • Examples of exhibits
    1. This resistant starch fraction is resistant to amylase digestion in the human digestive tract and exhibits digestive behaviour similar to that of the non-starchy polysaccharide fraction (NSP) or indigestible oligosaccharides
    2. Velvet exhibits anisotropy when rotated about its geometric normal.
    3. The guide led us around the museum and explained the exhibits.
    4. The Where's Wally? series exhibits horror vacui. ‎
    5. Although Radium City clearly belongs to a tradition of investigative, muckraking journalism, the film exhibits none of the preachiness or self-righteousness that often accompanies such forays.
    6. The poem exhibits a peculiar form of rhyme.
    7. The poem exhibits stave-rhyme.
    8. Titanium dioxide exhibits trimorphism: its three forms are rutile, octahedrite, and brookite.
  • Examples of exhibited
    1. Gingerenones A, B and C, lariciresinol, quercetin and calebin A from these spices exhibited high docking score, binding affinity and sustained protein-ligand interactions.
    2. Compared with SNA, BD with arthritis exhibited relatively high levels of glutamate, valine, citramalate, leucine, methionine sulfoxide, glycerate, phosphate, lysine, isoleucine, urea, and citrulline.
    3. The remaining cell events exhibited a consistent ratio of infrared vs. far red fluorescence attributable to chlorophyll, resulting in a narrow linear distribution of cell events on the flow cytogram.
    4. The ethyl acetate extract of QTYC-45 and sterile QTYC-45 exhibited a difference in retention time of 10.8 min (S3 Fig , peak marked with*), indicating that the compound (10.8 min, peak marked with *) was produced by the endofungal bacteria itself.
    5. Shindo et al. studied 151 patients with functional dyspepsia or nonerosive reflux disease and found that acylated ghrelin levels were significantly lower in NERD patients and that 33% of NERD patients exhibited delayed gastric emptying.
    6. MRI revealed that the mass exhibited heterogeneous signals on T1- and T2-weighted images and the cystic lesions exhibited homogeneous signals on T1- and T2-weighted images; perifascial, intramuscular, and/or subcutaneous edema was not seen.
  • Examples of exhibiting
    1. Whatever the cause there are many recorded instances of persons suffering from ailurophobia exhibiting symptoms of distress in rooms which apparently contained no cats; later cats would be discovered, hidden behind curtains or in closets.
    2. Will you be exhibiting this year? ‎
    3. I'll admit that this Frankenstein Complex you're exhibiting has a certain justification—hence the First Law in the first place.
    4. The American Ivy Society hewed closely to the theme, exhibiting only hederas that come from Ireland or have an Irish name.

Other Vocabulary

Look-Alike Words
  1. en adhibiting
  2. en cohibiting
  3. en inhibiting
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