Some articles on undergoes:

Sporogenesis - Formation of Reproductive Spores - Meiospore Formation
... spore mother cell within the sporangium undergoes meiosis, producing a tetrad of haploid spores ... After meiosis, each microspore undergoes mitotic cell division, giving rise to multicellular pollen grains (six nuclei in gymnosperms, three nuclei in flowering plants) ... inside a megasporangium or ovule undergoes meiosis, producing four megaspores ...
Haloform Reaction - Mechanism
... Under basic conditions, the ketone undergoes keto-enol tautomerization ... The enolate undergoes electrophilic attack by the hypohalite (containing a halogen with a formal +1 charge) ... exhaustively halogenated, the molecule undergoes a nucleophilic acyl substitution by hydroxide, with −CX3 being the leaving group stabilized by three electron-withdr ...
Vinyl Acetate - Other Reactions
... Vinyl acetate undergoes many of the reactions anticipated for an alkene and an ester ... It undergoes transesterification with a variety of carboxylic acids ... The alkene also undergoes Diels-Alder and 2+2 cycloadditions ...
Trypanosoma Brucei - Cell Division
... Kinetoplast DNA undergoes synthesis then the kinetoplast divides coupled with separation of the two basal bodies ... Nuclear DNA undergoes synthesis while a new flagellum extends from the younger, more posterior, basal body ... The nucleus undergoes mitosis ...
Differential Scanning Calorimetry - Detection of Phase Transitions
... The basic principle underlying this technique is that when the sample undergoes a physical transformation such as phase transitions, more or less heat will need to flow to it ... This is due to the absorption of heat by the sample as it undergoes the endothermic phase transition from solid to liquid ... Likewise, as the sample undergoes exothermic processes (such as crystallization) less heat is required to raise the sample temperature ...

Famous quotes containing the word undergoes:

    Everything in life that we really accept undergoes a change. So suffering must become Love. That is the mystery.
    Katherine Mansfield (1888–1923)

    All things are flowing, even those that seem immovable. The adamant is always passing into smoke. The plants imbibe the materials which they want from the air and the ground. They burn, that is, exhale and decompose their own bodies into the air and earth again. The animal burns, or undergoes the like perpetual consumption. The earth burns, the mountains burn and decompose, slower, but incessantly.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    There’s in people simply an urge to destroy, an urge to kill, to murder and rage, and until all mankind, without exception, undergoes a great change, wars will be waged, everything that has been built up, cultivated, and grown will be destroyed and disfigured, after which mankind will have to begin all over again.
    Anne Frank (1929–1945)