What is gram?

  • (noun): Danish physician and bacteriologist who developed a method of staining bacteria to distinguish among them (1853-1938).
    Synonyms: Hans C. J. Gram
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The gram (alternative British English spelling: gramme; SI unit symbol: g) (Greek/Latin root grámma) is a metric system unit of mass.

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Santiago Pérez De Manosalbas - Writer - Selected Works - Philology and Linguistics
... As a literate, he wrote the Compendio de gramática castellana por un granadino, which became a required book for the instruction of the Spanish language ... Gramática filosófica del Idioma Español Compendio de gramática castellana por un granadino Gramática abreviada de don Andres Bello, written in ...
Mali I Gramës
... Mali i Gramës is a mountain in the Albanian part of the Mount Korab mountain ... Mali i Gramës reaches a height of 2,345m high ... the largest lake on Mount Korab which also shares the name 'Gramë' ...
Chloroflexi (phylum)
... Whereas most Bacteria, in terms of diversity, are diderms and stain Gram negative with the exception of the Firmicutes (low CG Gram positives), Actinobacteria (high CG gram positives) and ...
List Of Danish Architects - G
... Gnudtzmann Kristen Gording Niels Gotenborg Kaj Gottlob Olaus Gram P.A ... Rosenkilde Gram Peder Gram Sophus Greiffenberg Vilhelm Groth-Hansen Ragna Grubb Flemming Grut Torben Grut Ejner Graae L.P ...
Gram - Comparisons
... 1 gram is roughly equal to 1 small paper clip or pen cap ... The Japanese 1 yen coin has a mass of one gram ...

More definitions of "gram":

  • (noun): A metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram.
    Synonyms: gramme, gm, g