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Trojan virus refers to a destructive programme that masquerades as a benign application. Unlike viruses, ‘Trojans’ do not replicate themselves but they can be just as destructive.

Trophoblast refers to the outer part of the blastocyst from which the amniotic sac, placenta, and umbilical cord develop.

Tropism refers to the automatic orienting response that Loeb studied in plants and animals.

The Tropomyosin protein covering describes the actin binding sites that prevents the myosin cross-bridge from touching actin.

Troponin is a protein, associated with actin and tropomyosin, that binds and initiates the movement of tropomyosin on actin to allow the myosin cross-bridge to touch actin and initiate contraction.

True Experiment refers to an experiment in which the researcher has maximum Control over the Independent variable or conditions of interest, and in which the researcher can: (1) use

Englisch: Erik Erikson 's Theory of Psychosocial Development Stages
Trust vs.  mistrust (0-1 yrs) refers to the first stage of Erik Erikson's theory of Psychosocial development where the infant is totally dependent on the care of others.

Ttransformational grammar are rules of syntax that allow one to transform declarative statements into questions, negatives, imperatives, and other kinds of sentences.

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