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Synonyms for capsulate

enclose in a capsule

used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule

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For years now CurTec has been supplying plastic drums to the pharmaceutical industry for a large variety of applications: raw material supply, tabletting, capsulation, coating and final packaging/ export.
Hatz has also launched a new concept study of the oil-cooled 1B engine family, saying that the main advantage of it is the possibility of total engine capsulation and thus very low noise emissions.
The transmission is done via telegrams for the capsulation of all relevant data.
Tucker (1999) uses the term learning disordered, which seems to be a capsulation of the terminology above noting that there are no estimations as to the prevalence of learning disorders among African American children.
One of the most recent additions to the Physicians Formula line is Capsulation Fresh Foundation Capsules, which a company spokeswoman characterizes as "the future of foundation." She says Capsulation's exclusive capsules deliver liquid foundation in convenient and contamination-resistant single doses.
* Physicians Formula has introduced Capsulation ($11.95), the first lightweight foundation in single-dose capsule form.
He explained that in six per cent of cases a condition called capsulation can occur when the scar tissue grows too fast and pushes the implants out of place, making the breast hard and misshapen.
introduces Capsulation, a liquid foundation that's formulated to be clean, easy and always pure.
Capsulation in distantly related strains of Haemophilus influenzae type b: Genetic drift and gene transfer at the capsulation locus.
President Bill Clinton called it "the best one sentence capsulation of our mission," and it drew some of the day's limited amount of laughter from the small, select group of Northwesterners gathered for the Forest Conference.
In general, for a ternary blends of polymers 1, 2, and 3 (3 is the continuous matrix I and 2 is the dispersion phases), four typical morphology can be obtained: (a) "stacked or acorn formation" of 1 and 2 stuck together, (b) "capsulation structure" of I encapsulated by 2, (c) "capsulation structure" of 2 encapsulated by 1 and (d) "isolated formation" of 1 and 2 dispersed separately, as shown in Fig.
Method and installation with ball can be using at quality estimation of transparent liquid viscous fuels as type of gas oil and black crude oil in conformity with standards, in this case plastic graduate cylinder has unique used, with possibility of capsulation and label as master tests.