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Definition of the adjective Abacterial
What does Abacterial mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Not caused by or characterized by the presence of bacteria.
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by Percy Russell, Anita Williams
Abacterial growth factor. It is probably identical with biotin.
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
ABACTERIAL E., E.ABACTERIAL E., E. that is not due to an invading organism; sometimes associated with lupus erythematosus; ACUTE BACTERIAL E., E. caused by pyogenic organisms, usually streptococcus, gonococcus, pneumococcus, ...
Encyclopedia of AIDS (1998)
A Social, Political, Cultural, and Scientific Record of the HIV Epidemic by Raymond A. Smith
Gonorrhea, also abacterial infection, was described by the ancient Greeks.Itis oftenasymptomatic in women but is extremely ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
abacterial/ƗމbaktirމƝāۑl/, any atmosphere or condition that is free of bacteria; literally, without bacteria. abaissement ...
by Jennie King, Rhonda Hawley
abacterial (‚aybak'ti·ril) indicating a condition not caused by bacteria. abarticulation (‚abah'tiky'layshn) dislocation of a joint.
Illustrated Dictionary and Resource Directory of Environmental and Occupational Health, Second Edition (2016)
by Herman Koren
abacterial — A condition free of bacteria. abandoned vehicle — Any unregistered motor vehicle deemed by applicable state laws to be an actual or potential safety hazard or ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
abacterial (without bacteria). abapical adj. Opposite to or directly away from the * apex. abarticulation n. The displacement or *dislocation of a bone from its normal ...
Mosby's Dental Dictionary (2007)
salivary, n a thin, naturally occurring abacterial film from salivary proteins that regularly forms on teeth and other surfaces in the oral cavity, such as restorations or dentures. It may be brushed away, but it pemphigus will reform within minutes.
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
documented the recoveryand identification ofviable phage (a virus forwhich the naturalhostis abacterial cell) fromthe bacterium Bacillus subtilis, and also haveamplifed genomic segments of tomato mosaic tobamovirus from ice cores ...
by Scott Dowding
One end is tapered so not to damage the underside of abalone, the other side has cutouts or indicator marks so that the diver may determine the size of the animal taken, abacterial—adj. 1. not instigated or caused by bacteria. 2. free from the ...
Harty's Dental Dictionary (2007)
by Peter Heasman, Giles McCracken
abacterial Free from bacteria. abatement Reduction in the severity ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
abacterial. lacking ...
by Henry Philippsborn
d f p 2 d f p d f p d f p d f p abacterial adj (Med.) (Illness etc. not caused/ characterized by the presence of bacteria.) abakteriell abactérien não bacteriano abdomen (Anat.) (Bodypart.) Abdomen n; Bauch m abdomen m; ventre m abdômen m; ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
Succinivibrio dextrinosolvens abacterial digester of ruminal contents. succinyl-CoA [suk′s-n l] succinicacid linked to CoenzymeA, ahigh energy intermediate metabolite formed intheKrebs cycle bytheoxidation of α- ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2014)
by Market House Books
abacterial exotoxin that selectively destroys white blood cells (leucocytes). leucocyte (white blood cell, WBC) [looko ̆-syt] n. any blood cell that contains a nucleus. In health there are three major subdivisions: granulocytes, lymphocytes, ...
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Video shows what abacterial means. Not caused by bacteria; characterized by a lack of bacteria.. abacterial pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by ...
Scrabble value of A1B3A1C3T1E1R1I1A1L1
The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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