gelatinous


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having a dense or viscous consistency

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thick like gelatin

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Members of the informally named group come from very different branches of the tree of life, in fact, and are clubbed together only on the basis of a gelatinous physique and ocean habitat.
Neurologist Oliver Sacks, who has written eloquent books about human nervous systems, e-mailed to express his appreciation of gelatinous ones.
It was found that the elemental composition of the gelatinous precipitated silica was dependent upon the composition of the acid used and the subsequent washing process.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report concerning the effectiveness of gelatinous lactulose on gastrointestinal function after CS.
In November 2010, 17 specialists on gelatinous animals convened to explore whether blooms are actually increasing--or whether increased observing efforts, public attention, and global media help create the perception of a jellyfish upsurge.
Studies to establish better protocols were conducted using gelatinous media; however, the multiplication rates of these media were too low to be used in the large-scale production of coffee plants (SONDHAL; SHARP, 1977).
Seven contributions address the following topics: IC3D classification of corneal dystrophies, clinical landmarks, histological landmarks, genetics, differential diagnosis of Schnyder corneal dystrophy, clinical and basic aspects of gelatinous drop-like corneal dystrophy, and stage-related therapy.
Mucilage is a gelatinous glycoprotein produced by plants.
And sea cucumbers are considered a tasty delight by many Asians, particularly the Chinese, who prize their gelatinous texture and health benefits.
Shirataki means white waterfall, which describes the appearance of these very low carbohydrate, low calorie, thin, translucent, gelatinous noodles.
Researchers broke ovarian cells out of human tissue using enzymes, and poured them into a mold made of agar, a gelatinous substance usually derived from algai.
Frog egg masses have a gelatinous outer matrix that serves as an anti-predator mechanism; it is not easily grasped by potential predators.
Blecke to proclaim that the gelatinous "totality of the circumstances" test reigns throughout Florida is nothing short of astounding.
Only Waitrose's pie ([red star][red star][red star][gray star][gray star]) yielded a truly gelatinous paste--but alas it was let down by a seriously stodgy base.