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1 of 2) Jacob, Francois Jacob : جاندار اشیا کی کیمیا کا فرانسیسی ماہر : (noun) French biochemist who (with Jacques Monod) studied regulatory processes in cells (born in 1920).

2 of 2) Jacob : یعقوب علیہ السلام, حضرت یعقوب علیہ السلام : (noun) (Old Testament) son of Isaac; brother of Esau; father of the twelve patriarchs of Israel; Jacob wrestled with God and forced God to bless him, so God gave Jacob the new name of Israel (meaning `one who has been strong against God`).

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Jacques Lucien Monod : حیاتی کیمیا کا فرانسیسی ماہر , Joseph : یوسف , Benjamin : بن یامین , Hebrew : یہودی , Isaac : حضرت اسحاق علیہ السلام , Hebrews : بنو اسرائیل , Agassiz : امریکی محقق , Histology : علم نسیجات , Bernard Hinault : فرانسیسی سائیکلسٹ , Rabelaisian : رابلی یا اس کے انداز میں لکھنے والا , Chagall : فرانسیسی رنگ ساز , Alexandre Emile Jean Yersin : فرانسیسی ماہر جرثومیات , Rudolf Karl Virchow : جرمن ماہر علم الامراض , Anaemia : خون کی کمی , 1920s : انیس سو بیس کی دہائی , Comte De Mirabeau : فرانسیسی انقلابی , Balzac : فرانسیسی ناول نگار , Comte De Rochambeau : فرانسیسی جرنیل , Diapedesis : بافتوں میں رگوں کی دیواروں میں سے خونی خلیوں کا گزرنا , Acoustic Nerve : کان کی رگ , George Herbert Hitchings : امریکی حیاتیانی کیمیا داں , Edward Lawrie Tatum : امریکی جاندار اشیا کی کیمیا کا ماہر , Howe : امریکی مدیر , Howells : امریکی ادبی نقاد , Histocompatibility : خلیوں کی مطابقت , Madame Tussaud : فرانسیسی نمونہ تیار کرنے والا , Linus Carl Pauling : امریکہ کا کیمیا دان , George Charles Hevesy De Hevesy : ہنگری کا کیمیادان , Adolf Windaus : جرمن کیمیا دان , Haworth : انگریز حیاتی کیمیا داں , Blood Group : خون کا گروپ

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Jacques Lucien Monod: French biochemist who (with Francois Jacob) explained how genes are activated and suggested the existence of messenger RNA (1910-1976).

Joseph: (Old Testament) the 11th son of Jacob and one of the 12 patriarchs of Israel; Jacob gave Joseph a coat of many colors, which made his brothers jealous and they sold him into slavery in Egypt.

Benjamin: (Old Testament) the youngest and best-loved son of Jacob and Rachel and one of the twelve forebears of the tribes of Israel.

Hebrew: a person belonging to the worldwide group claiming descent from Jacob (or converted to it) and connected by cultural or religious ties.

Isaac: (Old Testament) the second patriarch; son of Abraham and Sarah who was offered by Abraham as a sacrifice to God; father of Jacob and Esau.

Hebrews: the ethnic group claiming descent from Abraham and Isaac (especially from Isaac`s son Jacob); the nation whom God chose to receive his revelation and with whom God chose to make a covenant (Exodus 19).

Agassiz: United States naturalist (born in Switzerland) who studied fossil fish; recognized geological evidence that ice ages had occurred in North America (1807-1873).

Histology: Histology is the scientific study of the fine detail of biological cells and tissues using microscopes to look at specimens of tissues that have been carefully prepared using special processes called "histological techniques"..

Bernard Hinault: French racing cyclist who won the Tour de France five times (born in 1954).

Rabelaisian: of or relating to or characteristic of Francois Rabelais or his works.

Chagall: French painter (born in Russia) noted for his imagery and brilliant colors (1887-1985).

Alexandre Emile Jean Yersin: French bacteriologist born in Switzerland; was a student of Pasteur; discovered the plague bacillus (1863-1943).

Rudolf Karl Virchow: German pathologist who recognized that all cells come from cells by binary fission and who emphasized cellular abnormalities in disease (1821-1902).

Anaemia: Anemia is a medical condition characterized by a decrease in the number of red blood cells or a low concentration of hemoglobin in the blood. Hemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen from the lungs to the body`s tissues. When the level of hemoglobin or red blood cells falls below the normal range, it can lead to a reduced ability of the blood to carry oxygen effectively.

1920s: the decade from 1920 to 1929.

Comte De Mirabeau: French revolutionary who was prominent in the early days of the French Revolution (1749-1791).

Balzac: French novelist; he portrays the complexity of 19th century French society (1799-1850).

Comte De Rochambeau: French general who commanded French troops in the American Revolution, notably at Yorktown (1725-1807).

Diapedesis: passage of blood cells (especially white blood cells) through intact capillary walls and into the surrounding tissue.

Acoustic Nerve: a composite sensory nerve supplying the hair cells of the vestibular organ and the hair cells of the cochlea.

George Herbert Hitchings: United States biochemist noted for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout (1905-1998).

Edward Lawrie Tatum: United States biochemist who discovered how genes act by regulating definite chemical events (1909-1975).

Howe: a Jewish American literary and social critic (1920-1993).

Howells: United States realist novelist, literary critic, and playwright (1837-1920).

Histocompatibility: condition in which the cells of one tissue can survive in the presence of cells of another tissue.

Madame Tussaud: French modeler (resident in England after 1802) who made wax death masks of prominent victims of the French Revolution and toured Britain with her wax models; in 1835 she opened a permanent waxworks exhibition in London (1761-1850).

Linus Carl Pauling: United States chemist who studied the nature of chemical bonding (1901-1994).

George Charles Hevesy De Hevesy: Hungarian chemist who studied radioisotopes and was one of the discoverers of the element hafnium (1885-1966).

Adolf Windaus: German chemist who studied steroids and cholesterol and discovered histamine (1876-1959).

Haworth: English biochemist who was a pioneer in research on carbohydrates; when he synthesized vitamin C he became the first person to synthesize a vitamin artificially (1883-1950).

Blood Group: human blood cells (usually just the red blood cells) that have the same antigens.

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Old Testament : عہد نامہ قدیم , Biochemist : جاندار اشیا کی کیمیا کا ماہر

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