[loo-see-mee-uh] /luˈsi mi ə/
[loo-seen, -sin] /ˈlu sin, -sɪn/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a white, crystalline, water-soluble amino acid, C 6 H 13 NO 2 , obtained by the decomposition of proteins and made synthetically: essential in the nutrition of humans and animals. Symbol: L. Abbreviation: Leu; /ˈluːsiːn/ noun 1. an essential amino acid found in many proteins leucine leu·cine […]
leucinuria leu·ci·nu·ri·a (lōō’sə-nur’ē-ə, -nyur’-) n. The presence of leucine in the urine.
/luːˈsɪpəs/ noun 1. 5th century bc Greek philosopher, who originated the atomist theory of matter, developed by his disciple, Democritus
[loo-sahyt] /ˈlu saɪt/ noun 1. a whitish or grayish mineral, potassium aluminum silicate, KAlSi 2 O 6 , found in alkali volcanic rocks. /ˈluːsaɪt/ noun 1. a grey or white mineral consisting of potassium aluminium silicate: a source of potash for fertilizers and of aluminium. Formula: KAlSi2O6