The prefix hem- or hemo- or hemato- refers to blood. It is derived from the Greek haimo- and Latin haemo- for blood. It is a common benign tumor that appears as a birthmark on the skin. A hemangioma may also form on muscle, bone, or organs. Commonly used to refer to a red blood cell, this term can also be used to refer to white blood cells and platelets. Hematocrit hemato-crit : the process of separating blood cells from plasma in order to obtain the ratio of the volume of red blood cells per given volume of blood.
AFS was a file system and sharing platform that allowed users to access and distribute stored content. AFS was available at afs. AFS was launched in the mids and was eventually superseded by newer platforms. AFS accounts were removed in the service retirement process. Further information will be sent to those using AFS to host web pages, as well as being shared on this page. Retirees and Alumni are recommended to use a personal cloud storage account such as Google Drive.
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The suffix "-ase" is used to signify an enzyme. In enzyme naming, an enzyme is denoted by adding -ase to the end of the name of the substrate on which the enzyme acts. It is also used to identify a particular class of enzymes that catalyze a specific type of reaction.
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