Definition of Liquefiers
1. liquefier [n] - See also: liquefier
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liquefiers
Literary usage of Liquefiers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Systematic Relationships of the CoccaceŒ: With a Discussion of the by Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Anne (Rogers) Winslow (1908)
"Similarly his genus Sarcina includes 6 white liquefiers, ... 14 yellow non-liquefiers, 2 brown forms, and 5 red forms. Chester's classification (Chester ..."
2. Fifteenth annual report of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (1903)
"It will be found, moreover, that the liquefiers become relatively more abundant after the cows have left off the winter feeding and have been turned into ..."
3. Bacteria in Milk and Its Products: Designed for the Use of Students in by Herbert William Conn (1903)
"The presence of a few liquefiers, however, does not necessarily interfere ... The liquefiers may be quite abundant, but if they are not very rapidly growing ..."
4. Soils, Their Properties and Management by Thomas Lyttleton Lyon, Elmer Otterbein Fippin, Harry Oliver Buckman (1915)
"... 70 per cent non-liquefiers. After treatment with carbon bisulfide the relative proportions were 5 per cent, 10 per cent, and 80 per cent, respectively. ..."