The urine is characteristically albuminous
, cloudy and bloody, scanty, hot and burning and is passed drop by drop.
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
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).
Initially mint was served with lamb because it rendered the "albuminous
fibres" of the immature meat more digestible (Grieve 536).
Plato is already scripting a play by Moliere, and Arnold follows this satiric lead throughout the essay, especially in his ingenious mockheroic report on how interesting it must be to know all about the "albuminous
white of an egg" and the chemical compounds released when wax burns (10: 60).
Mature seeds of Eremophila are albuminous
(i.e., the endosperm is abundant in relation to the size of the embryo), and at maturity this tissue contains stored lipids.
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.
Soluble proteins consist of albuminous
fractions, antibodies and enzymes, although as the duration of exposure period was increased there were depletion in soluble protein contents because of the inhibition of protein synthesis by phosphine.
Laemmli analysis of protein polymorphism of albuminous
fraction of foxtail hybrid plants' seeds .
It was principally albuminous
, as it coagulated, and became opaque on immersion in sp.