selective stain n.
A stain that colors one portion of a tissue or cell exclusively or more deeply than the remaining portions.
- Selective synchronization
noun 1. a sound-recording process that facilitates overdubs by feeding the recorded track to the performer straight from the recording head Often shortened to sel-sync
noun, Automotive. 1. a transmission in which the available forward and reverse gears may be engaged in any order, without passing progressively through the different changes of gear.
noun 1. the state or quality of being selective. 2. Electricity. the property of a circuit, instrument, or the like, by virtue of which it can distinguish oscillations of a particular frequency. 3. Radio. the ability of a receiving set to receive any one of a band of frequencies or waves to the exclusion of […]
noun, plural selectmen. 1. (in most New England states) one of a board of town officers chosen to manage certain public affairs. noun (pl) -men 1. any of the members of the local boards of most New England towns