a caddisworm or other insect larva that constructs a case around its body.
another name for a caddis worm
Also called case-study method [keys-stuhd-ee] /ˈkeɪsˈstʌd i/ (Show IPA). the teaching or elucidation of a subject or issue through analysis and discussion of actual cases, as in business education. case system.
noun a proteolytic enzyme formed by certain bacteria that activates the solution of albumin and casein in milk and cheese
to undergo caseation. Historical Examples A tubercule may caseate, a process that is destructive and dangerous to the organism. Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry Maximilian Stern verb (intransitive) (pathol) to undergo caseation
Pathology. transformation of tissue into a soft cheeselike mass, as in tuberculosis. Biochemistry. the formation of cheese from casein during the coagulation of milk. Historical Examples Operative interference will be necessary in addition to the above, where caseation and secondary infection have occurred. Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry Maximilian Stern When there is an […]