the US name for proteose
albumose al·bu·mose (āl’byə-mōs’, -mōz’)
A class of substances derived from albumins and formed by the enzymatic breakdown of proteins during digestion.
. Historical Examples The tree was evidently hollow throughout its length; but perhaps some portion of the alburnum still remained intact. Godfrey Morgan Jules Verne This consists in cutting a ring round the tree with axes through the bark and sapwood, or alburnum, into the brown wood beneath. Australia The Dairy Country Australia Department of […]
noun a town in SE Australia, in S central New South Wales, on the Murray River: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 69 880 (2001)
a selective sympathomimetic bronchodilator, C 13 H 21 NO 3 , inhaled to relax bronchial muscles and ease breathing during an asthma attack. Contemporary Examples albuterol inhalers come mass-produced from a factory, and yet asthmatics still prefer them to wheezing uncontrollably. Warning: “Natural Medicine” Is Often Code for “Pseudoscience” Russell Saunders April 2, 2014 albuterol […]
. Contemporary Examples After his death, she signed on to teach at alc, where many of the students had criminal records. Bullied to Death Lucinda Franks March 29, 2010 The bullying at alc, he said, was just about the same as the bullying at the rich school. Bullied to Death Lucinda Franks March 29, 2010 […]