How Do You Spell V ERBA GENES?

The term "verbA genes" refers to a class of genes that encode for proteins involved in the metabolism of plant hormones called auxins. The spelling of the word "verbA" comes from the IPA phonetic transcription, which uses "ɜr" to represent the "er" sound in "her" and "bar". The "V" sound represents the voiced fricative sound used in "vase" or "voice." The capital "A" signifies the long "a" sound, as in "cake" or "day." Together, these phonemes create the unique pronunciation of the word "verbA."

Common Misspellings for V ERBA GENES

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6 words made out of letters V ERBA GENES

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