gelatinous


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gelatinous

1. consisting of or resembling jelly; viscous
2. of, containing, or resembling gelatine
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When increased, the buffer solution--populated with inert crowder molecules such as polyethylene glycol (PEG)--causes the droplets to become gelatinous where they are unable to combine.
Gelata are a poor source of nourishment, in terms of providing calories, but nonetheless, large animals such as sea turtles and ocean sunfish can survive on gelatinous diets.
His repeat bone marrow biopsy showed markedly decreased cellularity and amorphous gelatinous substances staining positive with Alcian blue (Figure 1(A)).
The central cavity of pawpaw fruit contains large quantities of seeds that are small, black, round, covered with gelatinous aril and make up about 15% of the wet weight of the fruit (Malacrida et al.,2011; Afolabi and Ofobrukweta, 2011).
Trolli eyeballs, 99p, Lidl Gelatinous, slimy, goo-filled - just like real eyeballs (but tastier).
At necropsy, ducklings showed general pallor of skeletal and heart muscles, subcutaneous gelatinous transudates, pericarditis, ascites, and severe edema and hyperemia of lungs.
"Polychromed gelatinous zooplankton skin is nothing new to me," Banhart writes.
They have found that tilted willows prolong the life of certain cells in order to produce a sugar-rich, or gelatinous, fibre, to help them stay upright.
"Several years of research and study of medical plants have helped me to figure out a unique composition to help in losing weight," Khatib told SANA, explaining the components of his composition which he said is a mixture of marine and fiber-rich plants that contain chromium, phosphorus and iodine, in addition to gelatinous plants which fill the stomach with gelatinous compounds that absorb water, so they double in size and help control the appetite and give the feeling of satisfaction.
Susan Milius explained that gelatinous creatures provide food for some ocean dwellers, homes for others and more in "Seeing past the jellyfish sting" (SN: 9/6/14, p.
Seeking O'Dea in the bowels of Earth, self-described "karmically assigned zombie assassins" battle the grossest undead yet encountered--including zombies that have melded together within the sewers to form a gelatinous mass through which the Gravediggers must slog.
On separation from the solid, the alkaline solution of sodium silicate was made acidified with sulfuric acid, which transformed the dissolved silicate into precipitated gelatinous silica.