noun, Veterinary Pathology.
a specific, acute, diarrheal disease of fowls, especially chickens, caused by a bacterium, Pasteurella multocida.
(vet science) a contagious disease of poultry and other fowl, usually resulting in sudden death; caused by the organism Pasteurella multocida
[foul] /faʊl/ noun, plural fowls (especially collectively) fowl. 1. the domestic or barnyard hen or rooster; chicken. Compare . 2. any of several other, usually gallinaceous, birds that are barnyard, domesticated, or wild, as the duck, turkey, or pheasant. 3. (in market and household use) a full-grown for food purposes, as distinguished from a chicken […]
[fou-ler] /ˈfaʊ lər/ noun 1. a hunter of birds. [fou-ler] /ˈfaʊ lər/ noun 1. Henry H(amill) [ham-uh l] /ˈhæm əl/ (Show IPA), 1908–2000, U.S. lawyer and government official: secretary of the Treasury 1965–68. 2. Henry Watson, 1858–1933, English lexicographer. /ˈfaʊlə/ noun 1. Henry Watson. 1858–1933, English lexicographer and grammarian; compiler of Modern English Usage (1926) […]
noun, Aeronautics. 1. a flap normally forming a part of the trailing edge of an airplane wing, capable of being moved backward and rotated downward in order to increase lift through increased camber and wing area.
- Fowler-nordheim tunnelling
electronics (US: “tunneling”) The quantum mechanical effect exploited in EAPROM and Flash Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. It differs from Frenkel-Pool Tunnelling in that it does not rely on defects in the semiconductor. [More detail?] (2001-09-27)