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Definition of ostein

ostein
Ossein Os"se*in, n. [L. os bone.] (Physiol. Chem.) The organic basis of bone tissue; the residue after removal of the mineral matters from bone by dilute acid; in embryonic tissue, the substance in which the mineral salts are deposited to form bone; -- called also ostein. Chemically it is the same as collagen.
Ostein
Ostein Os"te*in, n. [Gr. ? bone.] Ossein.

Meaning of ostein from wikipedia

- Johann Heinrich von Ostein (1579–1646) was the Prince-Bishop of Basel from 1628 to 1646. Profile on catholic-hierarchy.org Sprink & Son's Monthly Numismatic...
- Johann Friedrich Karl von Ostein (6 July 1689 – 4 June 1763) was the Prince-Bishop of Worms, Archbishop of Mainz and Elector of Mainz. He was a relative...
- the secularisation of 1802, when ownership p****ed first to the Counts of Ostein, who allowed the community to remain, and then in 1809 by inheritance to...
- (1576–1608) Wilhelm Rinck von Balderstein (1609–1628) Johann Heinrich von Ostein (1629–1646) Beat Albrecht von Ramstein (1646–1651) Johann Franz Reichsritter...
- was nicknamed "Gulosten"; 'The Yellow Cheese'. He also used the surname Ostein during the war. Andersen was a controversial character, because of his pre-war...
- of Ostein in 1700. Myllendonk was also raised to the Bench of Counts of Westphalia in 1700 as an immediate Imperial Estate. The Counts of Ostein ruled...
- Oberamtmann Johann Franz Wolfgang Damian von Ostein and his brother and Archbishop, Johann Friedrich Karl von Ostein. The design was based on plans by Anselm...
- The Osteiner Hof ("Court of Ostein") is one of several Baroque-era palatial mansions along Schillerplatz square in the German city of Mainz. The mansion...
- Catholic Church titles Preceded by Jakob Christoph Blarer von Wartensee Prince-Bishop of Basel 1608–1628 Succeeded by Johann Heinrich von Ostein...
- Gerold im Weingartischen (sold to Austria in 1804) Weingarten Count of Ostein Buxheim Count of Plettenberg-Wittem Heggbach: Mietingen and Sullmingen King...
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