Polymerase is the name given to the enzyme responsible for catalyzing the synthesis of certain biopolymers. As you can see, to understand the term it is necessary to have several clear concepts. Let's start with the notion of enzyme. This is the name of proteins (substances composed of chains of amino acids) that specifically catalyze a particular biochemical reaction of metabolism.
Orla is a term that derives from the Latin orŭla, in turn a diminutive of ora (translatable word as "edge"). Ornament is called the border that is on the edge of a garment, a cloth or something else. The borders, therefore, are decorative elements. These can be drawings, prints, embroidery or prints that usually work as frames or simply as ornaments.
Energy is the ability to transform or move something. For the economy and technology, energy is a natural resource with the various associated elements that allow it to be used industrially. Wind, meanwhile, is an adjective that refers to what pertains to or pertains to the wind (since Eolo is the god of winds in classical mythology).
From the Latin creature, a creature is a newborn child or a few years old. The term can therefore be used as a synonym for a child. For example: "Yesterday, Esther came to visit me with her creature, which is almost as tall as she", "I am outraged when creatures have to pay for their parents' mistakes", "After the crash, the creature was dismissed by the windshield and hit the pavement. ”
With etymological root in the Latin word incurrre, incurring is a verb that refers to committing a fault or falling into a failure. The term can also refer to causing a negative feeling. For example: "I will not make the same mistake again: I have already learned the lesson", "A judge cannot incur prejudices, has the obligation to analyze the facts and evidence objectively before issuing a resolution", "This doctor does not generate any confidence because I heard that he often incur doubtful practices… ”
In French it is where we can find the etymological origin of the term check. More exactly the same is found in the word eschec that can be defined as "check" and that was used in chess to state that a player had made a play that seriously endangered the figure of the king.