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clumping

 [klump´ing]
the aggregation of particles, such as bacteria or other cells, into irregular masses.

clump·ing

(klŭmp-ing),
The massing together of bacteria or other cells suspended in a fluid.

clumping

/clump·ing/ (klump´ing) the aggregation of particles, such as bacteria, into irregular masses.

clump·ing

(klŭmp'ing)
The massing together of bacteria or other cells or particles suspended in a fluid.

clumping

Aggregation or clustering and adhering together.

clumping

the aggregation of particles, such as bacteria or other cells, into irregular masses.
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By bumping up the speed, curcumin moves the protein out of a dangerous speed zone allowing it to avoid clumping with other proteins.
If marked platelet clumping is seen (> 20% platelets), a numerical platelet count is not given and a redraw is recommended.
Running bamboo groves take about five years to establish, while clumping bamboos will take about two or three years.
Maintain the product below the value, and you will avoid clumping.
The termination of clumping is dependent upon the probability at which one decides to accept that a pattern is indistinguishable from CSR (henceforth referred to as [P.
Co-occurrence clumping scenario In spatial scenarios with clumped fishing sets, we modeled computational groups with 5 clumps of 5 sets each.
Before a test for clumping in a size distribution can be devised it is necessary to define what constitutes a "clump.
Both running and clumping types of bamboos can be divided to reduce their size or to get new plants for extending plantings or to give away (you might be surprised how many people want bamboo).
These therapies, however, do not prevent continued platelet clumping and can, in fact, indirectly stimulate platelet aggregation and clot reformation.
The researchers found that removing metals, hampers both amyloid beta clumping and the production of those harmful reactive oxygen species, suggesting that chelators could be useful in treating Alzheimer's disease.
The lines will be called Clumping Formula and Multiple Cat Clumping Formula.
They also added the nanotubes to two other flasks containing either distilled water or a surfactant solution that scientists routinely use to keep carbon nanotubes from clumping during experiments.