Definition Of crystalloid

noun

a small, crystallike mass of protein in a plant cell.

In the monocots and a few paleoherbs, these crystalloids have a triangular shape, unlike all other flowering plants.

a substance that, when dissolved, forms a true solution rather than a colloid and is able to pass through a semipermeable membrane.

Larger scale studies may be needed if important clinical differences between colloids and crystalloids are to be found (including the possibility that dextran may worsen bleeding complications).

resembling a crystal in shape or structure.

The crystalloid structures on occasion closely resembled or were remarkably similar to prostate crystalloids.

Example Of crystalloid

  • Alternatively, the crystalloid structures could be in the process of degradation within the lysosomes.

  • Herein, we report the presence of collagen-rich crystalloids in the scarred, vascularized cornea of a 56-year-old woman.

  • In the monocots and a few paleoherbs, these crystalloids have a triangular shape, unlike all other flowering plants.

  • Larger scale studies may be needed if important clinical differences between colloids and crystalloids are to be found (including the possibility that dextran may worsen bleeding complications).

  • Often the fractured platelike secretions and crystalloid forms were associated with refractile spherical particulate debris.


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