Definition of Albuminous. Meaning of Albuminous. Synonyms of Albuminous

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Definition of Albuminous

Albuminous
Albuminous Al*bu"mi*nous, Albuminose Al*bu"mi*nose`, a. [Cf. F. albumineux.] Pertaining to, or containing, albumen; having the properties of, or resembling, albumen or albumin. -- Al*bu"mi*nous*ness, n.

Meaning of Albuminous from wikipedia

- elements, parenchyma cells, including both specialized companion cells or albuminous cells and unspecialized cells and supportive cells, such as fibres and...
- ****ociated with albuminous cells. Similar to how Sieve Tube members are ****ociated with companion cells, sieve cells are flanked with albuminous cells in order...
- matter. This terminology persists in referring to endospermic seeds as "albuminous". The nature of this material is used in both describing and cl****ifying...
- ovule 1, erect, stigma. FRUIT Achene rounded, 6-ribbed. SEED Minute, albuminous with endosperm. Embryo curved. Having anti-inflammatory and expectorant...
- 131 Da. Prior to "protein", other names were used, like "albumins" or "albuminous materials" (Eiweisskörper, in German). Early nutritional scientists such...
- of alcohol to preserve it. Now he noticed that the sample contained an albuminous slime that appeared to be criss-crossed with veins. Huxley thought he...
- mature seed stage as a storage tissue, in which case the seeds are called "albuminous" or "endospermous", and in others it is absorbed during embryo development...
- {\ce {C20 H31 N5 O12 ,}}} and was known as protein. The variations in albuminous substances were attributed to peripheral bonds of protein to sulfur and/or...
- applications, including computer vision, speech recognition, identification of albuminous sequences in bioinformatics, production control, time series analysis...
- Prout recognized fat ("oily" alimentary matters), along with protein ("albuminous") and carbohydrate ("saccharine"), as an important nutrient for humans...
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