10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZOOGLOEIC»
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The Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic
tured but not caseous tubercle-granulations, the zoogloeic masses present the
aspect of round granular masses with small eminences. These zoogloeic masses
occupy the centre of the granulations ; they are sometimes isolated, sometimes ...
The American Naturalist
... and that this also undergoes endogenous spore formation. He shows an
evolution cycle, divided into the filamentous, dissociated, entangled, and
zoogloeic states. These different states correspond to a morphological grouping,
and are due ...
Bacteria of the Sputa and Cryptogamic Flora of the Mouth
Other analogous articulations. a, Rectilineal forms of Cladothrix dichotoma in the
act of passing to the zoogloeic state (stained first with solution of iodine, then with
methyl violet or fuchsine), x 600. 6, Beginning of the zoogloeic state of the ...
Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions: Together with Death's Duell
Adj. organic, organized; karyoplasmic†, unsegmentic†, vacuolar, zoogloeic†,
zoogloeoid†. 358.Inorganization -- N. mineral world, mineral kingdom;
unorganized matter, inorganic matter, brute matter, inanimate matter. [Science of
the mineral ...
John Donne, William Henry Draper, Izaak Walton, 1926
... vacuole, vertebration†, zoogloea†, zygote. Darwinism, neo-Darwinism,
Lamarkism, neoLamarkism, Weismannism. morphology, taxonomy. Adj. organic,
organized; karyoplasmic†, unsegmentic†, vacuolar, zoogloeic†, zoogloeoid†. #
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Otherwise the pigs showed instead the presence of another parasite which
varied in morphology and which sometimes formed zoogloeic masses. The pig
dead on the 51st day and showing tubercle bacilli supplied inoculum for a sixth ...
The Medical Times and Register
In the second memoir published by these histologists (the one that now appears
in the yearly volume) they give the following formula for coloring zoogloeic
masses : ten parts of carbonate of soda at two per cent., five of distilled water
Frank Woodbury, William Francis Waugh, Horatio C. Wood, 1885
British Medical Journal
Moreover, owing to the fact that in its earliest forms these minute organisms often
appeared to have become detached from the periphery of zoogloeic masses of
organisms so small as to be of quito indeterminable morphology the application ...
International Journal of Leprosy ...
In the nodule preparations there appear now chains of monads and zoogloeic
clumps as in the blood preparations; they grow to a certain point and then remain
unchanged. I once had occasion to obtain preparations in the following manner:
International Leprosy Association, Leonard Wood Memorial for the Eradication of Leprosy, 1955
Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen te ...
In the latter case the cells may be attached directly to the substrate in a zoogloeic
mass. Cells occur singly, in pairs or in short chains, never in filaments; not
ensheathed. Typically aquatic in habitat". The prefix "cauld" intimates that the
Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen (Netherlands), 1957