Definition of Albumens

1. Noun. (plural of albumen#English albumen) ¹



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Definition of Albumens

1. albumen [n] - See also: albumen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albumens

albugineous
albugo
albugos
albularyo
albularyos
album
album graecum
album track
albumen
albumenization
albumenize
albumenized
albumenizes
albumenizing
albumenoid
albumens (current term)
albumin
albumin-globulin ratio
albumin A
albumin B
albumin Ghent
albumin Mexico
albumin Naskapi
albumin Reading
albumin tannate
albumina
albuminaemia
albuminate
albuminates
albuminaturia

Literary usage of Albumens

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1. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by August Bernthsen (1891)
"The albumens make up the chief part of the organism, being present partly in the soluble ... The albumens combine both with acids and alkalies to acid- and ..."

2. The Human body by Henry Newell Martin (1898)
"There are three chief kinds of them, viz., albumens, fats, and carbohydrates. Albuminous or Proteid Substances.—These are by far the most characteristic ..."

3. The Art and science of embalming by Carl Lewis Barnes (1898)
"Native albumens are present in nearly all the animal fluids and solids. They are proteid bodies, soluble in water, also in many of the acids and in a few of ..."

4. The Physiology of the Domestic Animals: A Text-book for Veterinary and by Robert Meade Smith (1890)
"Vegetable albumens.—Albuminous bodies are found dissolved in plant-juices and in the form of a solid in various seeds, and form the most important ..."

5. Clinical urinology: A Treatise on the Urinary Aspects of Disease by Alfred Careño Croftan (1907)
"The different albumens of the urine and their clinical significance—Serum Albumen, Serum Globulin, Nucleo- Albumen (Mucin), ..."

6. The Elements of Physiological and Pathological Chemistry: A Handbook for by Thomas Cranstoun Charles (1884)
"The albumens present are thus rendered insoluble. 5. ... CLASSIFICATION OF albumens. I SHALL adopt more or less closely HOPPE SEYLER'S old arrangement, ..."

7. Text-book of Medical Chemistry for Medical and Pharmaceutical Students and by Elias Hudson Bartley (1889)
"They are obtained by dissolving albumen in acids or alkalies. Some of the acid albumens contain sulphur, while the alkali ..."

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