filtrate


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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.

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
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Less sodium being extracted from the renal filtrate stops the creation of the strongly hypertonic zone in the renal medulla.
The quantities of reducing sugar formed by 1 ml of fungal filtrate acting on either CMC or sodium polypectate at 40 and 30[degrees]C, respectively, were calculated from the glucose standard curve.
To further evaluate the reproducibility of the system, we included GII.4 fecal filtrates (GII.4 Den Haag, GII.4 New Orleans, and GII.4 Sydney) in each infection experiment conducted during August 2016-2017.
crenata seeds were moistened with 5-ml of either sterilized distilled water or undiluted or diluted bacterial filtrates and subsequently incubated and treated with GR24 as described above.
The surface morphologies of zwitterionic copolymer and cement filtrate cake were determined by Model XL-30 SEM instrument.
Extensive time was spent in four communities observing and recording the range of activities associated with the traditional practice, including: harvest and curing of crops, legume harvest, burning of spent plant parts, collection and storage of ash, and procurement of ash filtrate.
The importance of Paphanidermatum given by infection to a wide range of agricultural crops and its resistance to unfavorable conditions so study aimed to extraction of fungal filtrates from two fungi A.
A field trial was conducted to investigate the herbicidal potential of culture filtrates of four Drechslera spp.
pe filtrate containing cleaned up residues were analyzed prough HPLC.
The filtrate was all collected and concentrated up to 10% of the original (v/v) in a vacuum rotary evaporator at 40-45 [degrees]C.