conglutination


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con·glu·ti·nate

 (kən-glo͞ot′n-āt′, kŏn-)
intr. & tr.v. con·glu·ti·nat·ed, con·glu·ti·nat·ing, con·glu·ti·nates
1. To become or cause to become stuck or glued together.
2. Medicine To become or cause to become reunited, as bones or tissues.
adj.
Relating to the abnormal adhering of tissues to one another.

[Middle English conglutinaten, from Latin conglūtināre, conglūtināt- : com-, com- + glūtināre, to glue (from glūten, glūtin-, glue).]

con·glu′ti·na′tion n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.conglutination - healing process involving the growing together of the edges of a wound or the growing together of broken bones
healing - the natural process by which the body repairs itself
2.conglutination - the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts
jointure, uniting, unification, conjugation, union - the act of making or becoming a single unit; "the union of opposing factions"; "he looked forward to the unification of his family for the holidays"
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Moreover, the synergy between EG and APP can inhibit fly ash through the conglutination of APP decomposition product for the loose "worm-like" expanded graphite, the interaction between [EG.sub.P] and APP II was also investigated.
As noted in the study, these particular organisms "showed [a] high degree of conglutination to [the] mucous coat of the upper air passages, and [also] demonstrated [both] acid and alkaline tolerance." In other words, they adhered to the mucosal cavity, demonstrating a high degree of survival.
Information on the grains considered, purpose of the study, accuracy obtained in the experiments and whether they are able to segment conglutination among grains are presented in this table.
At the same time, silicone oil was evenly applied adequate amount to the inside of the mould in order to avoid conglutination between the sample and mould.
The mixed micelles presented a perfectly monodispersed, spheroidal shape, and obvious core-shell structure with no conglutination under TEM (Figure 4(b)).
In the second step, the starch particles loaded with HB[O.sub.3] were grinded with overdose Zn[Cl.sub.2] to isolate the starch particles and avoid the conglutination and then carbonized at 800[degrees]C for 2 h under Ar atmosphere.