Definition of Lipoids
1. lipoid [n] - See also: lipoid
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Literary usage of Lipoids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1922)
"Accumulating evidence, including biochemical tests of the occurrence of lipoids in cells, especially abundant in the accretion stage of growth, ..."
2. The Journal of Infectious Diseases by Infectious Diseases Society of America, John Rockefeller McCormick Memorial Fund, John McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases (1914)
"Nutrient broth, as it is usually prepared, contains small amounts of fats, fat derivatives, and lipoids, and it is conceivable that some of these lipoidal ..."
3. The Chemistry of Plant Life by Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher (1921)
"lipoids are much more complex esters, having some nitrogenous, ... In general, waxes and lipoids have a harder consistency than fats: but this is not always ..."
4. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1907)
"V. THE FATS AND lipoids.1 BY HOLMES C. JACKSON, ... in the amounts of fats and lipoids in the hepatic cell under normal and various pathological conditions. ..."
5. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1918)
"A given organ contains numerous lipoids. In the thyroid, for instance, there are several ... One of the lipoids injected into young animals produces ..."
6. Internal Secretion and the Ductless Glands by Swale Vincent (1912)
"ducted by the cells on which adrenalin has acted, and that it is a process similar to the reaction in vitro previously described.i P. The Proteins, lipoids, ..."
7. Chemical Pathology: Being a Discussion of General Pathology from the by Harry Gideon Wells (1914)
"Their significance is not known: whether to a large extent artificially produced or whether a normal structural element of the cell. FATS AND lipoids ..."