Aclad



aclad
American Committee on Laboratory Animal Diseases

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  • Aclasis

    aclasis aclasis ac·la·sis (āk’lə-sĭs) n. pl. ac·la·ses (-sēz’) Pathological continuity between normal and abnormal tissue.

  • Aclam

    aclam American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine



  • Aclastic

    aclastic aclastic a·clas·tic (ə-klās’tĭk) adj. Not refracting light rays; nonrefractive. Relating to or exhibiting aclasis.

  • Acle

    the hard, durable wood of a Philippine leguminous tree, Albizzia acle, used for making fine furniture. Historical Examples A mile and a half further on, and we came to acle bridge, twelve miles from Yarmouth. The Handbook to the Rivers and Broads of Norfolk & Suffolk G. Christopher Davies acle (Mimosa acle) gives logs up […]



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