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tr.v. pre·treat·ed, pre·treat·ing, pre·treats
To treat (wood or fabric, for example) beforehand.

pre·treat′ment n.


vb (tr)
to treat in advance
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2 Mm Min Thickness Aesthetically Finished, Duly Pretreated And Powder Coated.
That the pretreated plants had higher values of growth parameters compared to non-pretreated plants exposed to NaCl and NaCl+PEG stress.
And in another experiment, mice that were pretreated with aspirin for 10 days prior to cancer cell exposure were found to have less cancerous growth in comparison with those that were not pretreated.
Therefore, Eucalyptus wood fibers were pretreated in the [Na.
Both the osmotic pretreated and un-pretreated tomato samples were cryogenically frozen at -40 K by liquid nitrogen.
M2 PHARMA-December 7, 2010-Novartis' LBH589 shows disease control, tumor reduction in pretreated Hodgkin lymphoma patients(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The scientists pretreated polycarbonate with ultraviolet light and heat and exposed it to three kinds of fungi - including the fabled white-rot fungus, used commercially for environmental remediation of the toughest pollutants.
In most instances, ag waste would have to be pretreated before being used as a bioenergy resource, Holtman notes.
A retrospective study of bifractionated CPT-11 with LF5FU infusion (FOLFIRI-3) in colorectal cancer patients pretreated with oxaliplatin and CPT-11 containing chemotherapies
Cabot Corporation has been granted a patent for a method of preparing an aqueous colored pigment dispersion comprised of the steps of combining a colored pigment and an azo coupler to form a pretreated colored pigment, and combining, in any order, the pretreated colored pigment, an aromatic amine, a diazotizing agent, and an aqueous medium, wherein the aromatic amine comprises as least one ionic group, at least one ionizable group, or a mixture of at least one ionic group and at least one ionizable group.
The body weights of both control animals and rbST treated animals increased stepwise as compared with the pretreated period, while rbST treated animals had a significant higher weight gain in late lactation (p<0.