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NOUN | a rho | rhos |

ró {noun} | rho <Ρ, ρ, ϱ> [Greek letter] |

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- A double
**rho**in the middle of a word was originally written with smooth breathing on the first rho and rough breathing on the second one (...). - The Chi
**Rho**is formed by superimposing the first two (capital) letters chi and rho (ΧΡ) of the Greek word "ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ" " =Christ" in such a way to produce the monogram. - Once MAG (or Nogo) has bound to NgR, NgR activates the
**rho**kinase (ROCK) pathway. The activation of the rho kinase pathway leads to the phosphorylation of proteins which inhibit neurite outgrowth. - One example is
**rho**-dependent termination, a common termination mechanism found in bacteria that involves the binding of Rho protein to remove RNA polymerase from the DNA-RNA complex. - The name Chiro is a combination of the Greek letters "chi" (χ) and "
**rho**" (ρ), which are the first letters of "Christos", the Greek form of Christ (see Chi Rho).

- Pollard's
**rho**algorithm for logarithms is an algorithm introduced by John Pollard in 1978 to solve the discrete logarithm problem, analogous to Pollard's rho algorithm to solve the integer factorization problem. **Rho**kinase inhibitors act on Rho kinase by altering the conformation of the protein, disrupting translocation to the plasma membrane, preventing ATP-dependent phosphorylation, and blocking RhoA binding to ROCK.- The staurogram (⳨), also monogrammatic cross or "tau-
**rho**", is a ligature composed of a superposition of the Greek letters tau (Τ) and rho (Ρ). - This later description of Eusebius's, written after 324, suggests a more elaborate symbol than does Lactantius's earlier text, involving the Greek letters "
**rho**" (Ρ) and "chi" (Χ) ligatured as the c"hi rho" (☧), a monogram of [...] , referring to Jesus. - Once formulated in this fashion, the rational representation &
**rho**; of "T" on "V" setting up the Hodge structure "F" determines the image ρ("U"(1)) in "GL"("V'C"); and "MT"("F") is by definition the smallest algebraic group defined over "Q" containing this image.

- Informally, "f"&
**rho**; is the piece of "f" whose frequencies lie in "ρ".

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