gelatinous


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gelatinous

1. consisting of or resembling jelly; viscous
2. of, containing, or resembling gelatine
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We observed that, for the two studied clones, the treatments with the gelatinous medium yielded a higher production of embryogenic calli at the end of 63 days than did the treatments with the liquid medium (Table 2).
It forms an occlusive gelatinous barrier while inhibiting the growth of microbes that are absorbed into the wound gel.
During a lazy afternoon on the beach, the children stumble upon a strange metallic box containing mysterious objects such as a meteorite-like rock, a blue gelatinous mass, an iridescent green crystal, a large seashell and a cute stuffed rabbit called Mimzy, which lead them on a dangerous, secret mission.
Gelatinous bone marrow transformation has been identified in patients with anorexia, malignancy, malabsorption, and HIV/AIDS.
After removing the vitreous, which is the gelatinous fluid inside the back part of the eyeball, Narfstrom creates a small blister in the retina and a tiny opening, large enough for the microchip, which is just two millimeters in diameter and 23 micrometers (one-millionth of a meter) thick.
The disappearing ice had invited newcomers into the area, such as fast-growing, gelatinous sea squirts and slow-growing animals called glass sponges.
6) The gross appearance of these neoplasms varies; some are firm, well-circumscribed, yellow masses that resemble the familiar lipoma, while others are tan or pink gelatinous tumors.
Production of hydrogen gas in a bioreactor with coated substrates -- The bioreactor provides an environment conducive to the breakdown of aqueous material and the production of hydrogen from nonparaffinophilic microorganisms, which are baited and grown on a gelatinous matrix.
Without workarounds, biodiesel faces cold-weather issues since it becomes unusably gelatinous as the temperature approaches freezing.
You get the picture: a spineless puddle of gelatinous goo.