streptosepticemia strep·to·sep·ti·ce·mi·a (strěp’tō-sěp’tĭ-sē’mē-ə)
[strep-tuh-thrahy-sin] /ˌstrɛp təˈθraɪ sɪn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. an antibacterial substance produced by a soil fungus, Actinomyces lavendulae. streptothricin /ˌstrɛptəʊˈθraɪsɪn/ noun 1. an antibiotic active against bacteria and some fungi, produced by the bacterium Streptomyces lavendulae
streptozocin strep·to·zo·cin (strěp’tə-zō’sĭn) or strep·to·zot·o·cin (-zŏt’ə-sĭn) n. An antineoplastic agent produced by an actinomycete and active against tumors but damaging to insulin-producing cells and now regarded as a carcinogen.
noun 1. Gustav [goo s-tahf] /ˈgʊs tɑf/ (Show IPA), 1878–1929, German statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1926. noun 1. Gustav. 1878–1929, German statesman; chancellor (1923) and foreign minister (1923–29) of the Weimar Republic. He gained (1926) Germany’s admission to the League of Nations and shared the Nobel peace prize (1926) with Aristide Briand
/ˈstrɛsˌbʌstə/ noun 1. a product, practice, system, etc that is designed to alleviate stress