without a separating wall or membrane.
The young trophozoites (aseptate) are attached to the intestinal cells, but practically entirely extracellular.
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(biology) not divided into cells or sections by septa
free from the living germs of disease, fermentation, or putrefaction. a product, as milk or fruit juice, that is marketed in an aseptic package or container. aseptics, (used with a singular verb) a system of packaging sterilized products in airtight containers so that freshness is preserved for several months. Historical Examples If the wound be […]
- Aseptic meningitis
a mild form of meningitis usually caused by one of several viruses, characterized by headache, fever, and neck stiffness.
- Aseptic necrosis
aseptic necrosis aseptic necrosis n. Necrosis occurring in the absence of infection.
- Aseptic surgery
aseptic surgery aseptic surgery n. Surgery performed under sterilized conditions to prevent the introduction of infectious microorganisms. Historical Examples Modern bacteriology and the possibilities of aseptic surgery were yet to be understood. The Letters of William James, Vol. 1 William James They understood the principles of aseptic surgery very well. Old-Time Makers of Medicine James […]