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al·bu·min·ous

(al-bū'min-ŭs),
Relating to, containing, or consisting of albumin.

al·bu·min·ous

(al-bū'min-ŭs)
Relating to, containing, or consisting of albumin.

albuminous

, albuminose (al-bū′mĭ-nŭs) (al-bū′mĭ-nōs″)
Pert. to, resembling, or containing albumin.

albuminoid, albuminous

1. resembling albumin.
2. an albumin-like substance; the term is sometimes applied to scleroproteins.
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Prout's last purely chemical paper was published in 1827; it was intended as the first of three dealing with the main alimentary groups, saccharinous (carbohydrates), oleaginous (fats), and albuminous (proteins) (69).
Embryos of pulmonate gastropods undergo direct development from fertilized egg to juvenile snail inside egg capsules filled with albuminous perivitelline fluid, also known as capsular fluid (CF).
Peptones--Products obtained by the digestive action of enzymes on albuminous matter.
Thus the Dutch chemist Gerardus Johannes Mulder (1802-1880) worked on the chemical structure of albuminous substances, which seemed to consist of molecules more complex than those of carbohydrates or fats.
Laemmli analysis of protein polymorphism of albuminous fraction of foxtail hybrid plants' seeds [9].
It was principally albuminous, as it coagulated, and became opaque on immersion in sp.
The Dutch physician-chemist, Gerrit Jan Mulder (1802-1880), whose interests included nutrition and agricultural chemistry, attempted to fashion this new idea to the study of albuminous substances to gain a more definitive characterization.
Chemical analyses show that these calculi contain various amounts of calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, calcium oxalate, albuminous material, magnesium phosphate, organic matter and water.
Albuminous urine (protein) was detected by heat coagulation, and bile by the yellow staining of linen.