a type of hydroid that forms stiff, feathery colonies in which the cups holding the zooids are sessile.
any of various hydroid coelenterates of the genus Sertularia, forming feathery colonies of long branched stems bearing stalkless paired polyps
branch, the father of Nahor (Gen. 11:20-23); called Saruch in Luke 3:35.
noun, plural serums, sera [seer-uh] /ˈsɪər ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the clear, pale-yellow liquid that separates from the clot in the coagulation of blood; blood serum. 2. immune serum. 3. any watery animal fluid. 4. the thin, clear part of the fluid of plants. 5. milk whey. noun (pl) -rums, -ra (-rə) 1. See blood […]
- Serum accelerator
serum accelerator n. See factor VII.
- Serum accelerator globulin
serum accelerator globulin or accelerator globulin n. See factor VII.