tinctorial


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tinc·to·ri·al

 (tĭngk-tôr′ē-əl)
adj.
Relating to the processes of dyeing or coloring.

[From Latin tīnctōrius, from tīnctus, past participle of tingere, to dye.]

tinc·to′ri·al·ly adv.

tinctorial

(tɪŋkˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
1. (Art Terms) of or relating to colouring, staining, or dyeing
2. (Art Terms) imbuing with colour
[C17: from Latin tinctōrius, from tingere to tinge]
tincˈtorially adv

tinc•to•ri•al

(tɪŋkˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-)

adj.
pertaining to coloring or dyeing.
[1645–55; < Latin tīnctōri(us) of or related to dyeing]
tinc•to′ri•al•ly, adv.
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These indigenous plants were screened using the following criteria: toxicity, tinctorial strength but with minimal or without imparting any flavor or aroma, availability of the raw materials and ease of handling, mutagenicity and stability of the pigment under different pH, temperature, and light regimen.
They gradually change their tinctorial affinity and become reduced quantitatively (3).
In some tumors, particularly those with a nodular pattern, cells with appreciable pale cytoplasm and tinctorial properties reminiscent of the cells in many thecomas are seen.
Tinctorial demonstration of glycoprotein in Whipple's disease.
It was necessary that the dyestuff selected possess high tinctorial (coloring) power, be of a neutral shade in the un-dissolved state, and be insoluble in linseed oil, varnish, and in the varnish solvents.
As be seen from the chemical structure, the compounds isolated from the aerial part of the Isatis tinctorial are mainly alkaloids, flavonoids, and phenolic compounds.
Phenol exists In the environment due to the activities of chemical, oil, pharmaceutical, or tinctorial industries and can penetrate ecosystems as a result of drainage off the municipal or industrial sewage to surface water [19].
Necrotic neurons were variously swollen and hypereosinophilic or shrunken with tinctorial changes including faded, amphophilic, or eosinophilic cytoplasm (Figure 5).
Due to their stable chemical structures, most inorganic pigments have better weatherability, dispersibility and opacity than organic pigments, however they will typically have lower chromaticity and tinctorial strength.
Phenols of anthropogenic origin exist in the environment due to the activity of the chemical, petrol, tinctorial, or pharmaceutical industries.
The plates showing microbial growth underwent quantification and identification of bacteria according to the routine established by the laboratory, considering the morphology and tinctorial properties displayed on Gram stain.