mannite


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mannite

[′ma‚nīt]
(organic chemistry)
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major vowel represented in the word sounds by the letters A E O I a e o i pha seo mannite = inosite, a non-fermentable saccharine substance A I O E a i o ae a fi brino genae mia a condition due to lack of fibrinogen in the blood A O I E a o y i a zido thy midi ne has been used to inhibit the replication of HIV E I O A e i o a preio ta tion in Slavonic languages, a palatal glide before a vowel E I U O e y u o phe ny lbu tazo ne is used as an analgesic for relief of rheumatic pain E O U I e o u i gale no bismu ti te is a sulphide of lead and bismuth I A O U i a o u stria to -crenu late in biology: striped with a notched edge eg.
The S.epidermidis species with various prevalence showed such signs as flocculation factor, fermentation of maltose, lactose and mannite, lecithinase and haemolytiic activity.
Diluents and adulterants, such as quinine hydrochloride, caffeine, dimethyl sulfone, mannitol, mannite, dextrose, and lactose, used, intended for use, or designed for use in diluting controlled substances: or substances such as damiana leaf, marshmallow leaf, and mullein leaf, used, intended for use, or designed for use as carrier mediums of controlled substances.