Edwin Joseph, 1892–1953, U.S. chemist and researcher on blood proteins.
[fur-dn-and jool-yuh s;; German fer-di-nahnt yoo-lee-oo s] /ˈfɜr dnˌænd ˈdʒul yəs;; German ˈfɛr dɪˌnɑnt ˈyu liˌʊs/ (Show IPA), 1828–98, German botanist and bacteriologist.
Roy Marcus, 1927–86, U.S. lawyer, aide to Senator Joseph McCarthy.
Cohn (kōn), Ferdinand Julius. 1828-1898.
German botanist considered the founder of bacteriology. The first to recognize bacteria as plants, he proposed a classification system for bacteria based on genus and species.
Cohnheim Cohn·heim (kōn’hīm’), Julius Friedrich. 1839-1884. German pathologist noted for his microscopic investigations into inflammation and pus formation and for his development of the technique of freezing a tissue sample before cutting it into thin slices for microscopic examination.
[koh-hoh] /ˈkoʊ hoʊ/ noun, plural cohos (especially collectively) coho. 1. . /ˈkəʊhəʊ/ noun (pl) -ho, -hos 1. a Pacific salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch Also called silver salmon
[koh-hoh-buh] /koʊˈhoʊ bə/ noun 1. .
[koh-hoh-beyt] /ˈkoʊ hoʊˌbeɪt/ verb (used with object), cohobated, cohobating. Pharmacology. 1. to distill again from the same or a similar substance, as by pouring a distilled liquid back upon the matter remaining in the vessel, or upon another mass of similar matter. /ˈkəʊhəʊˌbeɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) (pharmacol) to redistil (a distillate), esp by allowing it […]