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Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective of or pertaining to bacteriostasis or a bacteriostat.
  • adjective causing bacteriostasis; -- said of chemical substances, such as certain antibacterial agents.

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  • adjective Of or relating to bacteriostasis or a bacteriostat.

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  • adjective of or relating to or causing bacteriostasis

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Examples

  • Other contenders in the 2009 Pikes Peak Regional Science Fair examined harmful radiation from kitchen appliances, the effects of global warming on plant life and something called bacteriostatic properties of Pinguicula vulgaris.

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  • In Europe they are bacteriostatic, meaning the body must fight off the infection naturally.

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  • It's also 'the first bacteriostatic microfibre' according to a specialist textile website.

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  • It's also 'the first bacteriostatic microfibre' according to a specialist textile website.

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  • Scientifically, it has been shown to be bacteriostatic against gram positive bacteria; it can even be administered internally in cases of poisoning to decrease the absorption of the harmful substance.

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  • If this sounds low, calculate how much of a colloidal silver compound would be needed to achieve the 5-10 ppm concentration recommended by Movidyn for bacteriostatic use in what's a markedly non-critical application.

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  • Phenolic compounds leave a bacteriostatic bacterial-growth-inhibiting residue.

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  • Phenolic compounds leave a bacteriostatic bacterial-growth-inhibiting residue.

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  • The presence of various antimicrobial substances is indicated by the use of words such as these in labels: “antiseptic,” “bacteriostatic,” “antibacterial,” or “mildew-resistant.”

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  • The presence of various antimicrobial substances is indicated by the use of words such as these in labels: “antiseptic,” “bacteriostatic,” “antibacterial,” or “mildew-resistant.”

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