Definitions for "Bases"
Distinct chemical ingredients found in the genetic material of all life-forms.
the four chemical compounds the rungs of the double helix ladder are made up of. A pair of bases forms each rung. Most genes consist of several thousand base pairs.
A component of each sub-unit of nucleic acids. DNA has 4 bases: adenine (A), thymine (T), guanine (G) and cytosine (C). They link together in base pairs (A-T and G-C), with the bonds uniting the two strands of DNA into a double helix. The order of bases on DNA comprises the genetic code. The human genome has around 6 billion base pairs.
Substances that bond readily with hydrogen ions.
a base is a substance that increases the concentration of hydroxide ions, OH-, in aqueous solution. For weak bases, this usually occurs by the reaction of B with a water molecule: B + H2O BH+ +OH- Note: the base dissociation constant Kb is defined as the ratio: Kb= [BH+][OH-]/[B] By convntion, the concentration of water, [H2O], does not appear in such equilibrium expressions, since its value forpure water and canbe incorporated into Kb.
compounds that attract hydrogen atoms when placed in water.
Keywords:  skirts, jerkin, tonlet, gravett, osprey
1) Sixteenth-century cloth skirts worn over armor Tonlet
The term Bases is used to describe both the cloth military skirts (often part of a doublet or a jerkin vest),Gravett, Christopher. Tudor Knight. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2006.
the parallel sides of a trapezoid; sometimes called and because they are of different lengths
Keywords:  tinted, colour, paint, added, colorant
Paint that has no colour added to it. Into each can of base, colorant is added to make tinted paint.
Keywords:  say, betting, alternative, games, means
Bases means baseball. An alternative to saying you are betting on baseball games is to say you are betting bases.