Definition of Peptonizing

1. Verb. (present participle of peptonize) ¹



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Definition of Peptonizing

1. peptonize [v] - See also: peptonize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peptonizing

peptohydrochloric
peptoid
peptoids
peptolide
peptolysis
peptolytic
peptone
peptones
peptonic
peptonised iron
peptonization
peptonize
peptonized
peptonizes
peptonizing (current term)
peptonoid
peptonoids
peptonuria
peptonurias
peptoprime
peptoprimes
peptostreptococcus
peptotoxine
peptotoxines
pequots
per
per-
per accidens
per alia

Literary usage of Peptonizing

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1. Biochemical Catalysts in Life and Industry: Proteolytic Enzymes by Jean Effront (1917)
"... substances and especially of iron, whose presence is always detected in preparations of this enzyme. § 2. DISSOLVING AND peptonizing POWERS OF PEPSIN. ..."

2. Bacteria and Their Products by German Sims Woodhead (1891)
"... partly on Medium in which it is Growing—peptonizing Function usually requires presence of Oxygen—Various kinds of Fermentation : Lactic, Urea, Butyric, ..."

3. The Book of Cheese by Charles Thom, Walter Warner Fisk (1918)
"(c) Acid peptonizing group. (d) Bacillus bulgaricus group. (e) Acid cocci or weak acid-producing group. 23. Bacterium lactis-acidi group. ..."

4. Principles and Practice of Milk Hygiene by Louis Amos Klein (1917)
"... is less objectionable than milk containing a smaller number of bacteria with the greater proportion belonging to the gas-f orming or peptonizing groups. ..."

5. Agricultural Bacteriology by Joseph Eames Greaves (1922)
"peptonizing Bacteria.—These organisms digest the casein either with or without coagulation at times with the formation of an alkaline reaction. ..."

6. Hygiene for Mother and Child: A Manual for Mothers and Nurses, Including by Francis Hamilton MacCarthy (1910)
"This is accomplished by adding to the plain or modified milk a peptonizing powder. This is sold in tubes or tablets, and is a combination of pancreatic ..."

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