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tinctorial

 [tingk-to´re-al]
pertaining to dyeing or staining.

tinc·to·ri·al

(tingk-tō'rē-ăl),
Relating to coloring or staining.
[L. tinctorius, fr. tingo, to dye]

tinctorial

/tinc·to·ri·al/ (tingk-tor´e-al) pertaining to dyeing or staining.

tinc·to·ri·al

(tingk-tōr'ē-ăl)
Relating to coloring or staining.
[L. tinctorius, fr. tingo, to dye]
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May--Grunwald Giemsa staining can differentiate eosinophilic from basophilic granulocytes completely based on their tinctorial properties; however, the method requires granulocyte fixation (Aladaileh et al.
The herb is endowed with a colourant of superior tinctorial strength in comparison to synthetic dye of similar shade e.
The bark and fruits are source of tinctorial material (CORREA, 1984).
The data obtained at the further identification of cultures, testify to uniformity of microorganisms of the sorts Escherichia, Pseudomonas, Staphylococcus on morphological, tinctorial and cultural properties.
High pigment loadings (30 to 85%) provide high letdown ratios and maximum tinctorial strength.
Isolates were described according to colony shape, biochemical (catalase and coagulase) and tinctorial properties (Gram) and for antibiotic sensitivity.
The amount of pigment used in a paint formulation is determined by its intensity and tinctorial strength, opacity requirements, required gloss, and the specified level of durability.
Except the influence on damping of the printing plate, ph value considerably influences the oxypolymerization, viscosity, tackiness and tinctorial strength of the ink as well as corrosion of the machine parts.
Dry pigments: Excellent gloss and tinctorial strength
Inaccurate weighing and color mistakes, especially with dyes with high tinctorial strength, can be avoided by employing blends customized to the desired shade.
Lesions with foci of cells displaying nuclear pleomorphism, hyperchromasia, prominent nucleoli, irregular nuclear borders, and/or altered nuclear to cytoplasmic ratios were considered dysplastic irrespective of their tinctorial characteristics.