Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amebas
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Journal of the American Medical Association (1912)
amebas is an additional reason for the administration of ipecac in salol-coated pills in preference to other coatings (e. g., keratin) or methods, as it is well known that saiol is broken up into its two constituents in the intestinal tract, yielding about ...
Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Bacteriology, Dictionary (1905)
Amebas will not grow in bacteria-free fluids, except in the pus from a liver abscess. In this instance it is supposed that the bacteria subsist on enzymes, but efforts to artificially reproduce liver pus fluid as a culture media have failed. The ameba ...
Encyclopedia of Rhetoric (2001)
by Thomas O. Sloane
Intentionality in animal life covers a wide spectrum from virtually none in the simplest amebas to consciousness of self and of the motives of others in the higher apes. Examples of animal communication with rhetorical features, discussed by ...
Encyclopedia of Marine Sciences (1998)
by Johanna G. Baretta-Bekker, Egbert K. Duursma, Bouwe R. Kuipers
Amoebida (amebas, amoebas) order of the phylum Rhizopoda (kingdom Protoctista), naked single-celled uninucleate organisms with a lobed cell-surface forming the pseudopodia (feet), that live in the sea, freshwater or on land in moisture.
The Encyclopedia of Work-Related Illnesses, Injuries, and Health Issues (2009)
by Ada P. Kahn
Conditions specifically mentioned by the CDC include malignancy; autoimmune diseases; localized infection; chronic or subacute bacterial, fungal, or parasite disease (such as Lyme disease, tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, amebas, or giardia) ; ...
The American illustrated medical dictionary (1901)
a new and completed dictionary of the terms used in medicine, surgery, dentistry, pharmacy, chemistry, and the kindred branches with their pronunciation, derivation, and definition by William Alexander Newman Dorland
Amebas said to infest the blood in leukemia.
Concise Encyclopedia Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (1996)
is also synthesized by some protozoa (notably Trypanosomaiidae and soil amebas), Chlorella, and the primitive tracheophyte Lycopodium complanatum. It is not synthesized by all fungi, e. g. it is absent from Pythium and Phytoph— them, ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3E1B3A1S1
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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