Definition of Incubated

1. Verb. (past of incubate) ¹



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Definition of Incubated

1. incubate [v] - See also: incubate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incubated

incruent
incruental
incrust
incrustation
incrustations
incrusted
incrusted cystitis
incrusting
incrustment
incrustments
incrusts
incrystallizable
incuba
incubae
incubate
incubated (current term)
incubates
incubating
incubation
incubation period
incubation time
incubations
incubative
incubative stage
incubator
incubators
incubatory
incubatory carrier
incubi
incubiture

Literary usage of Incubated

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"The results suggest that the ['*C]acetylcholine found in the vesicle fraction of synaptosomes incubated with labeled choline is due to vesicular synthesis. ..."

2. Reports of the Commission Appointed by the Admiralty, the War Office, and by Royal Society of London (1905)
"One agar slope, first generation, spleen H , incubated for 7 days at 37° C., used. ... Half an agar tube of third generation, spleen of H , incubated for 4 ..."

3. The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London by Microscopical Society of London (1844)
"SOME weeks since I was induced to attempt the injection of the incubated egg, with a view, if possible, of determining the type of arrangement in the ..."

4. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"14457 colonies from 1 cc (plates incubated 4 days). ... (plates incubated 9 days). Thus even in this water, heavily charged as it was with vegetable organic ..."

5. An Atlas of the Bacteria Pathogenic in Man: With Descriptions of Their by Samuel George Shattock, William Wayne Babcock (1899)
"From a culture in a simple aqueous solution of Peptone, 24 hours' growth, incubated The figure is introduced to show the "end-staining" often observed in ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1840)
"... alternately gray and white, in the gray cortical substance of the brain, suggest the idea of a galvanic pile. On the incubated Egg.—By JOSEPH ..."

7. The Evolution of Man: A Popular Exposition of the Principal Points of Human by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (1903)
"lni|M'rtance of the incubated Chick.—The Theories of Pre-formation and Encasement (Evolution and Pre-delineation). ..."

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