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floc

(flok),
A colloquial term for the product of a flocculation, that is, the separation of the disperse phase of a colloidal suspension into discrete, usually visible particles, as in certain serologic precipitin tests.

floc

(flŏk)
n.
A flocculent mass formed in a fluid through precipitation or aggregation of suspended particles.

floccule

An older term for a fluffy precipitate seen in a flocculation-type antigen-antibody reaction.