Definition of Macallums
1. macallum [n] - See also: macallum
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Literary usage of Macallums
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1. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"... and at the same time it acquired the power, which adenine does not possess, of yielding a blue color with Folin and macallums' "uric acid reagent. ..."
2. Histological Technique by Benjamin Freeman Kingsbury (1915)
"Macallum applies the ammonium sulphide at higher temperature (60° C.) and for several days. § 238. Phosphorus. See macallums methods . § 239. Potassium. ..."
3. Observations on the placenta of the rabbit by Walter Chipman (1902)
"macallums method. After being fixed in absolute alcohol the specimens were embedded, cut and mounted in FIG. CLXXV. (22 days' Gestation showing Fat. ..."
4. Hohe warte by Portage County (Wis.), Clerk (1906)
"Dies ist das dritte Mal, daß ich den Pollack habe schnarchen hören — weit dort drüben, hinter Peter macallums Boot. ..."