physiochemical

physiochemical

 [fiz″e-o-kem´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to both physiology and chemistry.

physiochemical

/phys·io·chem·i·cal/ (fiz″e-o-kem´ik-il) pertaining to both physiology and chemistry.

physiochemical

(fĭz″ē-ō-kĕm′ĭ-kăl) [Gr. physis, nature, + chemeia, chemistry]
Concerning clinical chemistry.

physiochemical

pertaining to both physiology and chemistry.
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To ensure that supreme quality standards for the raw milk being collected, EFL's Quality Assurance department performs 27 stringent physiochemical tests before the UHT process - ranging from sourcing to packaging.
During their research, the scientists identified the physiochemical and colloid-chemical parameters of the compounds produced.
According to the report, 74 per cent of the 116 samples collected from 30 hospitals were tested and found unfit for human consumption due to physiochemical or microbiological contamination.
3 with an optimum balance of physiochemical properties to allow it to distribute to the retina in high concentrations after topical administration to the eye.
Proposed biosimilars, such as GP2015, are follow-on versions of authorized biological products, and regulatory authorities require that they demonstrate similarity with a large body of physiochemical and clinical data before they can be confirmed as biosimilars, said Christopher Griffiths, MD, of the Dermatology Centre, Salford Royal Hospital, University of Manchester (England), and his associates.
2002, 2003) was used for predicting the possible functions of the pseudogene and sub-cellular localization of these proteins was studied by using ProtCompB program; while the physiochemical properties: molecular weights, theoretical isoelectric points, aliphatic index (Ikai, 1980) and hydropathicity (GRAVY) (Kyte and Doolittle, 1982) were predicted by ExPASy ProtParam server (Gasteiger et al.
Shishkina (Profesor of Biophysics and head of the Department of Physiochemical Problems in Radiobiology and Ecology at the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences; she is also a member of the Scientific Counsel of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Radiobiology); and Larissa I.
Physicochemical properties of cantaloupe seed oil: Various physiochemical properties of the extracted oil were examined including density, kinematic viscosity, saponification number, free fatty acid (FFA) value and iodine value using the standard AOCS methods(2002).
Physiochemical characteristics of seed and oils varied as: weight of individual seed (0.
Adeeb Hayyan (Malaysia): Physiochemical properties and cellular toxicity of oil plant seeds available in Tasik Chini Biosphere Reserve as an alternative for conventional natural oils with regards to nutraceutical and food industry.
Pharmacopoeia (USP) defines IVIVC as establishing a rational relationship between a biological property produced by a dosage form, and a physiochemical property of the same dosage form.
Based on the physiochemical characteristics of resins, they can provide single modes of separations, such as size exclusion (SEC), affinity, ion exchange (IEX), hydrophobic interaction (HIC) or a combination of any two or more of these modes leading to a multi-modal or mixed-mode (MM) separation.