Definition of Anabiotic

1. Adjective. Of or related to the state of anabiosis.

Partainyms: Anabiosis
Derivative terms: Anabiosis



Definition of Anabiotic

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Anabiotic

1. 1. Resuscitating or restorative. 2. A revivifying remedy; a powerful stimulant. Origin: ana-+ G. Bios, life (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anabiotic

anabaenas
anabaptisms
anabaptize
anabaptized
anabaptizes
anabaptizing
anabas
anabases
anabasine
anabasis
anabasius
anabatic
anabatic wind
anabioses
anabiosis
anabiotic (current term)
anabiotic cells
anableps
anablepses
anabolic
anabolic pathway
anabolic steroid
anabolic steroids
anabolics
anabolism
anabolisms
anabolite
anabranch
anabranches
anabranching

Literary usage of Anabiotic

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"... Sofia, Bulgaria, for the study of the anabiotic condition in warm-blooded animals. (Application 999. ..."

2. The Cambridge Natural History by Sidney Frederick Harmer, Arthur Everett Shipley (1896)
"Females creeping like a leech, as well as swimming (males unknown), susceptible of desiccation and revival (" anabiotic"). Body telescopic at both ends. ..."

3. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1855)
"The development of these plants, when compared with that of the first-mentioned anabiotic plants, seems at first to comprise only one generation, ..."

4. Experimental Morphology by Charles Benedict Davenport (1897)
"... at the same time lifeless and incapable of life ; while to protoplasm which is lifeless but capable of revivification he applies the term " anabiotic. ..."

5. General pathology, or, The science of the causes, nature and course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1895)
"... and describes the subjects who are thus " lifeless," but still capable of living, as anabiotic. Frogs are said to remain vital for many hours, ..."

6. General Pathology by Ernst Ziegler (1908)
"but still capable of living, as anabiotic. Frogs are said to remain capable of life for many hour?, even though the temperature be reduced to —2.5° C.,at ..."

7. The British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1845)
"... increased secretion from irritation, as of the tears from irritation of the conjunctiva, and the like. 3. anabiotic or restorative actions (actiones ..."

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