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- adj. Subject to destruction, decomposition, or great change by moderate heating. Used especially of biochemical substances.
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- adj. Subject to destruction/decomposition or change in response to heat.
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- adj. (chemistry, physics, biology) readily changed or destroyed by heat
If, as seems likely, thermostable spices are the ones added early and thermolabile spices are added later (or are used primarily as condiments), differences in timing of use may function to maintain beneficial antimicrobial properties (and corresponding flavors) until food is served.
The company now served a client base of 46 000 patients - most receiving their chronic medication once a month, although frequencies increased for time-sensitive and thermolabile medicines.
The separate action of these substances can be studied since one is _thermolabile_, or destroyed by heating the serum to one hundred and thirty-three degrees; the other
Can you give me atleast 5 examples of thermolabile and thermostable plastics.?
McNulty H, McKinley MC, Wilson B et al. Impaired functioning of thermolabile methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase is dependent on riboflavin status: implications for riboflavin requirements.
Beauchamp JR, Pagel CN, Peckham M, Ataliotis P, et al. (1994) Myogenic cell lines derived from transgenic mice carrying a thermolabile T antigen: a model system for the derivation of tissue-specific and mutation-specific cell lines.
_amboceptor_, as it is generally called, has in itself no destructive action on the bacteria; but in some way so alters them that they can be acted on by the thermolabile substance called