conglutination

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conglutination

[kən‚glüt·ən′ā·shən]
(immunology)
The completion of an agglutinating system, or the enhancement of an incomplete one, by the addition of certain substances.
(medicine)
Abnormal union of two contiguous surfaces or bodies.
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Because of the low glass transition temperature of the ACR, the subgrains with the more weight fraction of ACR are easy to conglutinate.
The hyalinosis should be interpreted as degenerative change of collagen in which the collagenous fibres firmly conglutinate.
Some conglutinates (packets of larval mussels) that mimic aquatic insects may not be able to attach to silt-covered substrata.