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Definition of proteids

proteids
Albuminoid Al*bu"mi*noid, a. [L. albumen + -oid.] (Chem.) Resembling albumin. -- n. One of a class of organic principles (called also proteids) which form the main part of organized tissues.
Proteid
Proteid Pro"te*id, n. Defensive proteid (Physiol. Chem.), one of a class of proteid substances, present in some animal tissues and fluids, that make the body immune to certain infectious diseases by destroying or rendering inactive the toxic products of bacterial growth.
Proteid
Proteid Pro"te*id, n. [Gr. prw^tos first.] (Physiol. Chem.) One of a class of amorphous nitrogenous principles, containing, as a rule, a small amount of sulphur; an albuminoid, as blood fibrin, casein of milk, etc. Proteids are present in nearly all animal fluids and make up the greater part of animal tissues and organs. They are also important constituents of vegetable tissues. See 2d Note under Food. -- Pro"te*id, a.
Proteid
Proteid Pro"te*id, n. [Gr. prw^tos first.] (Physiol. Chem.) One of a class of amorphous nitrogenous principles, containing, as a rule, a small amount of sulphur; an albuminoid, as blood fibrin, casein of milk, etc. Proteids are present in nearly all animal fluids and make up the greater part of animal tissues and organs. They are also important constituents of vegetable tissues. See 2d Note under Food. -- Pro"te*id, a.

Meaning of proteids from wikipedia

- wezei (Pliocene to Middle Pleistocene) In contrast to many salamanders, proteids never lose their gills during maturation from larvae. This aspect of their...
-   Extinct in the wild (EW): 2 species   Critically endangered (CR): 545 species   Endangered (EN): 848 species   Vulnerable (VU): 670 species   Near threatened...
-   Extinct in the wild (EW): 2 species   Critically endangered (CR): 545 species   Endangered (EN): 848 species   Vulnerable (VU): 670 species   Near threatened...
-   Extinct in the wild (EW): 2 species   Critically endangered (CR): 545 species   Endangered (EN): 848 species   Vulnerable (VU): 670 species   Near threatened...
- Hopkins FG, Cole SW (December 1901). "A contribution to the chemistry of proteids: Part I. A preliminary study of a hitherto undescribed product of tryptic...
- ISBN 978-81-8061-204-6. Hopkins, Frederick Gowland; Cole, Sydney W. (1901). "On the proteid reaction of Adamkiewicz, with contributions to the chemistry of glyoxylic...
- Nutrition. 33 (2–3): 227–9. doi:10.1007/BF01091313. Osborne TB (1894). "The Proteids of the Kidney Bean". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 16 (10):...
- salamanders, but not including the fully aquatic amphiumids, cryptobranchids, proteids, sirenids and various neotenic species in other families, such as Ambystoma...
- carbohydrates was the source of vitality and vital energy, and not the proteids". Introduction to Kranke Menschen (Beneficial Books, 1971) Fundamentals...
- the isolation of several different proteins (which he referred to as "proteids"). In addition, he was the first scientist to purify lecithin and establish...