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Literary usage of Gelatinously
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manual of Chemical Physiology by Karl Gotthelf Lehmann, Samuel Jackson (1856)
"... medulla exudes from the cut extremities in granules and dark globules; sometimes the axis-cylinder is seen to swell up gelatinously, and then disappear. ..."
2. Views of Nature: Or, Contemplations on the Sublime Phenomena of Creation by Alexander von Humboldt, Elise C. Otté, Henry George Bohn (1850)
"The muscular flesh is rendered gelatinously soft under its action, so that the animal is able to force entire limbs of its slain victim through its swelling ..."
3. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1857)
"The muscular flesh is rendered gelatinously soft under its action, so that the animal is able to force ..."
4. Comparative Anatomy of the Vegetative Organs of the Phanerogams and Ferns by Anton Bary (1884)
"... elongated prismatic cells, connected without intercellular spaces, with thick almost gelatinously soft membranes. Between them are inserted numerous, ..."
5. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1912)
"The mucous membrane is much reddened, the subjacent connective tissue gelatinously swollen. The mucous membrane of the duodenum and of the jejunum shows ..."