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an integer that is an exact divisor of some quantity

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signifying an exact divisor or factor of a quantity

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Seven 400-ml aliquots of raw milk previously poured into sterile glass bottles were added with one of the following substances, in concentrations commonly used in fraud: 0.05% of formaldehyde P.A., 0.1% of 3% hydrogen peroxide (0.003% final concentration in milk), 0.5% of commercial sodium hypochlorite solution (0.013% final concentration in milk), 0.5% of 750 ppm chlorine solution, 0.5% chlorinated alkaline detergent solution, or 0.1% sodium hydroxide flakes.
Shearing was performed using a 3-mL syringe and a 22-gauge, 1 1/2-inch needle, and the blood aliquots (1.3 mL each) were passed through the needle 0, 1, 2, 5, 8, and 15 times.
However, withdrawing aliquots is generally preferred because continuous kinetic measurements directly in an ultrasonic field involve numerous complications.
We developed and validated a semiautomated tissue-splitting technique, tissue milling and division (TMAD), [3] that processes tissue into fine homogeneous powder that can be divided into identical aliquots for differential extraction.
Students follow a general transformation protocol (such as BIOTECH Project, The University of Arizona) but will first aliquot the "transforming factor" into five separate aliquots and treat each one with 1 [micro]l of the appropriate enzyme or control.
Brady created a unique label set containing 64 labels that could accommodate the number of participant visits, samples taken, and aliquots created.
gC1qR showed a capacitation-related redistribution, migrating to the acrosome region: 175 sperm in heparin-incubated aliquots vs.
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the preparation costs of two common methods used for neonatal red blood cell transfusion aliquots.
Aliquots of suppressor standard are then added and the reduction in peak area is recorded, this continues to an evaluation point (usually to the point where amount of deposition has been inhibited by fifty percent).
Duplicate aliquots of each sample were treated with 10% trichloroacetic acid and sedimented at 1,000 x g for 15 min to precipitate macromolecules.
The method comprises administering to the subject from two to four aliquots of modified mammalian blood, with the administration of any pair of consecutive treatments either being on consecutive days or being separated by a rest period of l to 21 days.
Using aliquots from the bulk solutions, 2 molal glycerol and 2 molal sucrose solutions were prepared.
Additional aliquots from six bottles of RM 8504, selected according to a stratified random sampling scheme, were analyzed by GC-ECD equipped with not only a DB-5 capillary column (described above) but also one with a relatively non-polar stationary phase (DB-XLB, J & W Scientific, Folsom, CA).