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cryogenic

 [kri″o-jen´ik]
producing low temperatures.

cry·o·gen·ic

(krī'ō-jen'ik),
1. Denoting or characteristic of a cryogen.
2. Relating to cryogenics.

cryogenic

/cry·o·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) producing low temperatures.

cry·o·gen·ic

(krī'ō-jen'ik)
1. Denoting or characteristic of a cryogen.
2. Relating to cryogenics.
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CRYOGENIC APPLICATIONS EQUIPMENT: Insulated glove for use while handling very cold materials used in cryogenic applications

cryogenic

(krī″ō-jĕn′ĭk)
Producing or pert. to low temperatures.
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cryogenic

producing low temperatures.
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Mutations happen, that is natural, but by handling yeast the way we do, keeping it cryogenically frozen, we can be sure there is no genetic shift.
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Tissue is cryogenically preserved, and may be stored indefinitely.
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But it became known as Sleeper House after Allen's 1973 comedy - which saw lead character Miles Monroe cryogenically frozen and defrosted 200 years later.
All 192-laser beams fired 1 MJ of laser energy into the first cryogenically layered capsule.
Mini Melts manufactures cryogenically frozen ice cream in a patented process that uses liquid nitrogen to flash freeze the ice cream in seconds, the company explained in its press release.
The BBC has announced that Ali Sparkes is the winner of Blue Peter Book of the Year award for her children's title Frozen in Time, a story about two children who were brought back to life in 2009 after being cryogenically frozen in the 1950s.
Samples of tissue and blood from the cord will be stored cryogenically for 20 years with the potential to use the cord's stem cells if any of the family fall seriously ill over the period.
During her adventures, she is cryogenically frozen for years and misses World War I.