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filtrate

 [fil´trāt]
a liquid or gas that has passed through a filter.

fil·trate

(fil'trāt),
That which has passed through a filter.

filtrate

/fil·trate/ (fil´trāt) a liquid or gas that has passed through a filter.

fil·trate

(fil'trāt)
That which has passed through a filter.

filtrate

The portion of material placed in a filter that passes through.

Filtrate

The part of filtered material that flows through the filter.
Mentioned in: Fanconi's Syndrome

filtrate

liquid that has passed through a filter; the filtrate retains any suspended solids

filtrate

a liquid that has passed through a filter.

glomerular filtrate
the filtrate that passes from the lumen of the glomerular capillary to the space of Bowman's capsule.
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The culture filtrate also showed algicidal activity after being treated with different rang of temperature (4, 20, 40, 50, 70 and 100[degrees]C) for two hours.
1] fresh weight) were obtained from spawn (SP) followed by tomato root treated by aurisin A and culture filtrate (CF) with 0.
Sterilized distilled water was added to the original filtrates (100%) to prepare dilution of 50% (Javaid and Adrees 2009).
A similar set of metal concentrations was also prepared in fungal culture filtrates instead of distilled water.
2001), was used to detect this sample ofWBS007 and showed the sample extract of the culture filtrate and the mycelia gave two peaks with RT of about 6.
Two portions were obtained by filtration, The filtrate was preserved as such and labeled as 1 st day filtrate.
upsaliensis were negative for CTLT production when culture filtrates from CAYE medium were tested in the CHO cell assay.
Interaction effect between the culture filtrates of different isolates used for coating the leaves and different time intervals for increase in body weight by the larvae (F45,129 = 21.