decomposition resulting from the interaction of a compound and an .
noun a type of hydrometer for measuring the relative density of an acid solution, esp the acid in a battery Also called acidimeter
Biology, Ecology, . Biology. an cell, tissue, organism, or substance; eosinophil. Historical Examples The nuclei are greenish, the red blood corpuscles orange, the acidophil granulation copper red, the neutrophil violet. Histology of the Blood Paul Ehrlich He distinguishes hyaline, acidophil and basophil cells, and derives all from the lymphocytes. Histology of the Blood Paul Ehrlich […]
- Acidophil adenoma
acidophil adenoma acidophil adenoma n. See growth hormone-producing adenoma.
Biology, Ecology, . Biology. an cell, tissue, organism, or substance; eosinophil. adjective (of cells or cell contents) easily stained by acid dyes (of microorganisms) growing well in an acid environment noun an acidophil organism acidophil a·cid·o·phil (ə-sĭd’ə-fĭl, ās’ĭ-də-) or a·cid·o·phile (-fīl’) n. A cell that stains readily with acid dyes. A microorganism that grows well […]
Biology. having an affinity for acid stains; eosinophilic. Ecology. thriving in or requiring an acid environment.