من ويكاموس، القاموس الحر

فِي ٱللُّغَةِ ٱلْإِنْجْلِيزِيَّةِ:[عدل]


albumina ج.

  1. صِيغَةُ جَمْعٍ مُفْرَدُهَا albumen
    • 1847: George Luxford & Edward Newman, The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany, p980
      3rd. The confluence of the albumina of several sacks into one albumen.
    • 1853: A COLLABORATIVE WORK — AUTHORSHIP UNCERTAIN, The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise View of the Latest and Most Important Discoveries in Medicine, Surgery, and Pharmacy, p408
      1. In the same manner as there exists an Anaemia, from dimunition of the proportion of blood-globules, we ought equally to admit a peculiar pathological state, distinguished by lowering of the number of albumina in the serum.
    • 1983: Dr. Patrick Frank of the Weizmann Institute in Rehovoth (Israel), the Jerusalem Post, 13th day of June edition; quoted in:
    • 1999: A J Vroman, On God, Space, and Time, p125
      “A sound theory about the origin of man has to explain how an antibody specially composed to react on an albumen of a certain species also reacts on similar albumina of closely related animals and that the intensity of the reaction gradually decreases in creatures which differ more and more from these animals.”