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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Two interim reports by the UN commission investigating the death point the finger at senior Syrian and Lebanese intelligence officials.
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.
Additional data provide infomation on thermal death point and determining the impact of desiccation and freezing on the viability of B.
A few days earlier my son's condition became unstable and he reached the death point after eating the meat I purchased from the butcher's shop.
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.
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].
procyonis eggs have a thermal death point, [less than or equal to] 62[degrees]C, very similar to the thermal death point of Ascaris lumbricoides and A.
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!.
'We have strong conviction that Ahmed was killed because of this work as a journalist, and particularly, his role in the Number 12 expose,' Mr Agyabeng stated emphatically, adding, 'Information we have before and after his death points out that he was targeted, followed and assassinated, because of the Number 12 expose.'