Definition of "scaffolds" [scaffolds]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scaffold. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scaffolds" in a sentence
  • "Silkworm miRNAs were not evenly distributed in the scaffolds, which is consistent with genome distribution in humans and Size distribution of the 354 verified silkworm miRNAs and total SBS sequences."
  • "In her research, Hahn takes cells and places them in microenvironments called scaffolds that induce the cells to grow into a new, working organ."
  • "I observed on the sand-bars, a kind of scaffolds, ten or fifteen feet in height, which I was informed were erected by the neighboring settlers for the purpose of shooting the deer by moon light, which usually come of the thickets at this time, to avoid the misquotes and to sport on the smooth beach; the hunter ascends the scaffold, and remains until the deer approaches."
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