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thermoduric

 [ther″mo-du´rik]
able to endure high temperatures.
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ther·mo·du·ric

(ther'mō-dū'rik),
Resistant to the effects of exposure to high temperature; used especially with reference to microorganisms.
[thermo- + L. durus, hard, enduring]
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thermoduric

(thûr′mō-do͝or′ĭk, -dyo͝or′-)
adj.
Capable of surviving high temperatures, especially those of pasteurization. Used of a microorganism.
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ther·mo·du·ric

(thĕr'mō-dyū'rik)
Resistant to the effects of exposure to high temperature; used especially with reference to microorganisms.
[thermo- + L. durus, hard, enduring]
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