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 (kăp′sə-lāt′, -lĭt, -syo͝o-) also cap·su·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
Enclosed in or formed into a capsule.

cap′su·la′tion n.
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Adj.1.capsulated - used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
enclosed - closed in or surrounded or included within; "an enclosed porch"; "an enclosed yard"; "the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling"
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During Monday's procedure, the doctors first cut out parts of her tumors and then injected a fluid containing the capsulated genes into the remaining parts of the tumors.
That was the situation as the first issue of QUICK FROZEN FOODS appeared, and we have capsulated some of the events--both highlights and fascinating trivia--of the 40 years that QUICK FROZEN FOODS magazine has been the magazine of record, the spokesman, the prophet and the inspirator to the frozen food industry.
Preoperatively these patients were immunized against capsulated bacteria.
In this research, we capsulated osmium nanoparticles on the surface of multi walled carbon nanotubes through a number of chemical reactions.
Capsular type characterization showed that most strains (89%) were capsulated and nontypable, while only 2 and 9% of the strains had capsule types a and b, respectively.
Adenoma: These are capsulated, usually symptomless, but if they arise from the lateral wall of the nose it produces nasal obstruction.
In humans, the diagnosis of anthrax was based on clinical findings or microbiologic procedures, including Gram stain (short chains of capsulated gram-positive bacilli seen on a smear) and isolation of B.
Lesion was well defined capsulated and intramuscular.
Since vaccination for Hib invasive infections began in 1993, the percentage of capsulated isolates has decreased 5% per year.