death point


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death point

[′deth ‚pȯint]
(physiology)
The limit (as of extremes of temperature) beyond which an organism cannot survive.
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The purpose of this research was to determine whether undercooking has any effect on the thermal death point of Bacillus Cereus.
The text's syntactical reenactments of Rufus's death point to his central, traumatic place in the characters and the narrative itself.
A temperature of 170 F (77 C) exceeds the thermal death point of the trichinae and usually is achieved if the meat is cooked until the color changes from pink or red to gray.
This study expands on our previous work by providing additional data on thermal death point and determining the impact of desiccation and freezing on the viability of B.
The first reports of Princess Diana's death point to aggressive paparazzi chasing her down and her attempt to flee, resulting in a fatal crash.
To guide attempts at environmental decontamination as well as personal protection in the case of accidental or intentional contamination of drinking water supplies, we attempted to determine the thermal death point of B.
A temperature of 170 F (77 C) is well above the thermal death point and is usually achieved if the meat is cooked until it is no longer pink [9].
Cooking is one of the most common methods of assuring that Trichinella are destroyed a temperature of 170 F (77 C) substantially exceeds the thermal death point and is usually achieved if the meat is cooked until it is no longer pink [9
Two of his 3/1 victories ended with sudden death points in the fourth set, demonstrating his coolness in combat.
The stagnant water ponds are the death points for the rural population of the district\", said a social worker and a local journalist Muhammad Zubair.
She then battled through five rounds of sparring, winning the quarter-final and final rounds on sudden death points to take the Gold.
Each premature death points out not only the preciousness of our time here, but also the preciousness of those around us.