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Definition of membrance. Meaning of membrance. Synonyms of membrance

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Nictitating membrance
Nictitate Nic"ti*tate, v. i. [See Nictate.] To wink; to nictate. Nictitating membrance (Anat.), a thin membrance, found in many animals at the inner angle, or beneath the lower lid, of the eye, and capable of being drawn across the eyeball; the third eyelid; the haw.
Unremembrance Un`re*mem"brance, n. Want of remembrance; forgetfulness. --I. Watts.

Meaning of membrance from wikipedia

- and proportions of fatty acids present in cytoplasm membrane and outer membrance (gram negative) lipids of cells are major phenotypic traits. clinical
- the process in which light and photosensitizer are used to destroy cell membrance of the bacteria by the action of reactive oxygen species and singlet oxygen
- regress [epcd] 1996 - words of god [mcd] 1997 - remembrances [cd] 1998 - re-membrances [cd] 1999 - [vice versa] opticus [cd] 2001 - come with me [cd] 2002
- conserved. this phosphoprotein is loosely ****ociated with the vesicular membrance and is easily dissociated by treatment with a salt, versus a detergent
- replicate in the infected cells, they are able to spread between cells whose membrances touch each other, but are trapped when they enter the methyl cellulose
- small (5 mm (0.20 in) diameter) fenestrated membrane at one end. this membrance is placed against the cornea. the balance between the flow of air from
- evolved form of sandile. they live in small groups. because the special membrance covering its eyeballs can sense the warmth from objects, it can see its
- frequencies resonate particularly strongly at different points along the membrance. this leads to a tonotopic organisation of the sensitivity to frequency