## All individuals in UO

Label | Id | Description |
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Roentgen equivalent man | UO_0000140 | ["A dose equivalent unit which when multiplied by hundred is equal to one sievert or 1 Sv. 1 Sv is equal to 100 rem." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]] |

absorbance unit | UO_0000269 | ["A dimensionless logarithmic unit assigned to a measure of absorbance of light through a partially absorbing substance, defined as -log10(I/I_0) where I = transmitted light and I_0 = incident light." [Wikipedia:http\://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absorbance]] |

acre | UO_0010025 | ["An area unit which is equivalent to 1 furlong x 1 chain. This is equal to an area of 4,046.856,4224 square meters, or 43,500 square feet." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]] |

ampere | UO_0000011 | ["An electric current unit which is equal to the constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross-section, and placed 1 m apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 x 10^[-7] newton per meter of length." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]] |

angstrom | UO_0000019 | ["A length unit which is equal to 10 [-10] m." [NIST:NIST]] |

attomole | UO_0000044 | ["A substance unit equal to 10^[-18] mol." [NIST:NIST]] |

base pair | UO_0000244 | ["A count unit which contains one nucleotide." [UO:GVG]] |

becquerel | UO_0000132 | ["An activity (of a radionuclide) unit which is equal to the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second or there is one atom disintegration per second (dps)." [NIST:NIST]] |

bit | UO_0000232 | ["An information unit which refers to a digit in the binary numeral system, which consists of base 2 digits (ie there are only 2 possible values: 0 or 1)." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]] |

byte | UO_0000233 | ["An information unit which is equal to 8 bits." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]] |

cable | UO_0010021 | ["A maritime length unit which is equal to 608 feet, 100 fathoms, or 185.3184 metres" [Wikipedia:Wikpiedia]] |

candela | UO_0000014 | ["A luminous intensity unit which equal to the luminous intensity, in a given direction, of a source that emits monochromatic radiation of frequency 540 x 1012 hertz and that has a radiant intensity in that direction of 1/683 watt per steradian." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]] |

candela per square meter | UO_0000085 | ["A luminance unit which is equal to a luminous intensity of one candela radiating from a surface whose area is one square meter." [NIST:NIST]] |

cells per milliliter | UO_0000201 | ["A unit of cell concentration which is equal to one cell in a volume of 1 milliliter." [Bioedonline:Bioedonline]] |

centiMorgan | UO_0000326 | ["A unit used to express distances on a genetic map. In genetic mapping, distances between markers are determined by measuring the rate of meoitic recombination between them, which increases proportionately with the distance separating them. A cM is defined as the length of an interval in which there is a 1% probability of recombination. On the average, 1 cM is roughly equivalent to 1 megabase (Mb) of DNA, although this can vary widely due to hot and cold spots of recombination." [NCBI:http\://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SCIENCE96/Glossary.html]] |

centiRay | UO_0000327 | ["A unit of genetic map distance defined corresponding to an interval in which there is a 1% probability of X-irradiation induced breakage. To be completely specified, the unit must be qualified by the radiation in dosage in rads (e.g. cR8000), because this determines the actual breakage probability." [NCBI:http\://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SCIENCE96/Glossary.html]] |

centigray | UO_0010055 | ["An absorbed dose unit which is equal to 0.01 gray (Gy)"] |

centigray per minute | UO_0010061 | ["A derived absorbed dose unit which is equal to one centigray absorbed per minute."] |

centimeter | UO_0000015 | ["A length unit which is equal to one hundredth of a meter or 10^[-2] m." [NIST:NIST]] |

century | UO_0000151 | ["A time unit which is equal to 100 years." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]] |