germ

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mikrop

Mikroplar sadece bir mikroskop yardımıyla görülebilir. - Germs can only be seen with the aid of a microscope.

Louis Pasteur mikropların en bulaşıcı hastalıklara neden olduklarını keşfetti. - Louis Pasteur discovered that germs cause most infectious diseases.

{i} bakteri
{i} virüs
canlı organizmaların yalnız canlı tohumlar vasıtasıyle husule gele
(Gıda) rüşeym
(Gıda) hücre
(Biyoloji,Tıp) jerm
(Gıda) ruşeym
çekirdek
başlangıç
başlama çekidi
Orijin, menşe
{i} tohumun özü
tohum veya yumurtada bulunan asıl hücrecik
germ plasm biyol
(Tıp) Tohum, çim, tohum veya yumurtada bulunan asıl hücrecik
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Herhangi bir mikroorganizma,, özellikle patojen bir tür. 2. Spor veya tohum. 3. İlkel embriyo veya ilkel embriyonun ayrı bir organ veya bölüme gelişecek olan herhangi bir bölümü. (germ ) diş-i mine organı, dental papilla ve foliküler torba;diş taslağ
germ theory biyol
{i} tohum

Charlemagne'ın hem Almanya hem de Fransa'nın tohumlarını attığı söylenir. - Charlemagne is said to have sown the seeds of both Germany and France.

{f} çimlenmek
tohumda bulunup irsi hususiyetleri nakleden madde
{f} filizlenmek
(Tıp) germ hücreli tümörler
basil
germ warfare
(Askeri) savaşta mikrop kullanılması
germ cell
gamet
germ cell
tohum hücresi
germ cell
üreme hücresi
germ free
mikropsuz
germ plasm
irsiyet plasması
germ theory
tohum teorisi
germ warfare
biyolojik savaş
germ warfare
mikrop savaşı
germ cells
germ hücreleri
germ free
ücretsiz germ
germ layer
germ tabakası
germ plasm
Üreme hücreleri, gametler
germ plasm
irsiyet plasmasi
germ war
germ savaş
germ carrier
mikrop taşıyıcısı
germ carrier
taşıyıcı
germ carrier
portör
germ cells
(Nükleer Bilimler) üreme hücreleri
germ cell
(Tıp) germ hücresi
wheat germ
buğday tohumu
germs
mikroplar
wheat germ
Buğday ruşeymi
wheat germ oil
buğday tohumu yağı
wheat germ oil
buğday yağı
wheat germ powder
tam buğday ünü
corn germ meal
(Tarım) mısır özü küspesi
wheat germ
buğday tohumunun embriyon kısmı
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Gayretli, hamiyetli. Tez meşreb
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Sıcak. Kızgın
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çabuk öfkelenen
GERM Ü SERD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Darlık genişlik, iyilik kötülük, acı tatlı
GERM Ü SERD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Sıcak ve soğuk
Englisch - Englisch
a German person
An idea that forms the basis of some project
The embryo of a seed, especially of a seed used as a cereal or grain. See Wikipedia article on cereal germ
A pathogenic microorganism
The small mass of cells from which a new organism develops; a seed, bud or spore
{n} a sprout, shoot, bud
The embryo within a seed
a minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium); the term is not in technical use
A microorganism supposed to cause disease
The first generation of a virus Also called "Garden of Eden Mechanism" or "Generation One Virus "
The embryo found in seeds and frequently separated from the bran and starch endosperm during milling
A germ is a very small organism that causes disease. Chlorine is widely used to kill germs. a germ that destroyed hundreds of millions of lives
{i} microbe, microorganism (especially one which causes disease); sprout, bud; beginning stage in development; origin, starting point
The embryo of a cereal grain
The germ of something such as an idea is something which developed or might develop into that thing. The germ of an idea took root in Rosemary's mind see also wheatgerm. germ warfare germ theory germ plasm theory
A micro-organism that causes disease
{f} sprout, germinate
That which is to develop a new individual; as, the germ of a fetus, of a plant or flower, and the like; the earliest form under which an organism appears
a small simple structure (as a fertilized egg) from which new tissue can develop into a complete organism
To germinate
anything that provides inspiration for later work
The embryo of a seed, especially of a seed used as a cereal or grain
A little used term used to identify a virus authors' original copy of a virus Patterns in code, and amount of functionality, help antivirus experts to determine if a virus is a "germ " This is also called "Garden of Eden Mechanism" or "Generation One Virus "
The germ cells, collectively, as distinguished from the somatic cells, or soma
Germ is often used in place of germinal to form phrases; as, germ area, germ disc, germ membrane, germ nucleus, germ sac, etc
That from which anything springs; origin; first principle; as, the germ of civil liberty
germ cell
A cell that is part of the germ line: a gametocyte, an ovum or a sperm cell
germ plasm
The cytoplasm of germ cells
germ pore
A small pore in the outer wall of a fungal spore
germ warfare
The use of harmful microorganisms as a weapon of war
germ-plasm
Alternative spelling of germ plasm
germ warfare
Biological warfare (also known as germ warfare) is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi with intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war
germ carrier
organism which carries germs
germ cell
Any cell of the germ line Germ cells are the reproductive cells and include the egg and sperm cells
germ cell
An ovum or a sperm cell or one of its developmental precursors
germ cell
the reproductive cells of the body (ova, or eggs, and sperm)
germ cell
Sperm and egg cells and their precursors Germ cells are haploid and have only one set of chromosomes (23 in all), while all other cells have two copies (46 in all)
germ cell
a spermatozoon or an ovum
germ cell
A cell, of either sex, directly concerned in the production of a new organism
germ cell
Reproductive cell (sperm or egg) Also called gamete or sex cell
germ layer
(embryology) any of the 3 layers of cells differentiated in embryos following gastrulation
germ layer
Any of three cellular layers, the ectoderm, endoderm, or mesoderm, into which most animal embryos differentiate and from which the organs and tissues of the body develop through further differentiation
germ line
The continuation of a set of genetic information from one generation to the next Source : Human Genome Project Information
germ line
Cells of an animal that give rise to gametes
germ line
A cell line that gives rise to gametes
germ line
The continuation of a set of genetic information from one generation to the next See also: inherit
germ plasm
See Plasmogen, and Idioplasm
germ plasm
the protoplasm of the germ cells that contains chromosomes and genes
germ theory
to the agency of germs
germ theory
Biogenesis, Abiogenesis
germ theory
(medicine) the theory that all contagious diseases are caused by microorganisms
germ theory
The science of bacteriology was developed after this theory had been established
germ theory
The theory which attributes contagious and infectious diseases, suppurative lesions, etc
germ theory
The doctrine holding that infectious diseases are caused by the activity of microorganisms within the body. Theory that certain diseases are caused by invasion of the body by microorganisms. Louis Pasteur, Joseph Lister, and Robert Koch are given much of the credit for its acceptance in the later 19th century. Pasteur showed that organisms in the air cause fermentation and spoil food; Lister was first to use an antiseptic to exclude germs in the air to prevent infection; and Koch first linked a specific organism with a disease (anthrax). The full implications of germ theory for medical practice were not immediately apparent after it was proven; surgeons operated without masks or head coverings as late as the 1890s
germ theory
Cf
germ theory
The theory that living organisms can be produced only by the development of living germs
germ warfare
Germ warfare is the use of germs in a war in order to cause disease in enemy troops, or to destroy crops that they might use as food. an international treaty banning germ warfare. The use of injurious microorganisms, such as bacteria or viruses, as weapons in warfare. the use of harmful bacteria in war to cause illness and death among the enemy
germ warfare
the use of harmful bacteria as a weapon
germ-plasm theory
Concept of the physical basis of heredity expressed by the biologist August Weismann (1834-1914). It claimed that germ plasm, which Weismann believed to be independent from all other cells of the body, was the essential element of germ cells (eggs and sperm) and was the hereditary material passed from generation to generation. First proposed in 1883, his view contradicted Lamarck's then-prevalent theory of acquired characteristics. Though its details have been altered, its idea of the stability of hereditary material is the basis of the modern understanding of physical inheritance
apical germ pore
A small pore in the outer wall of a fungal spore which is located at the spore apex. It is opposite the hilar appendage and is used for germination
wheat germ
embryo or nucleus of the wheat kernel
germs
The only thing kids will share freely
germs
~ Any microorganism that causes illness, including viruses, bacteria and parasites
germs
plural of germ
germs
Any micro-organisms that cause disease
germs
a microscopic living thing, especially one that causes disease
in germ
in the early stages of development
weakened germ
microbe which is weakened by the use of acids and is used for vaccinations
wheat germ
It is the inner part of the wheat kernel It is a concentrated source of vitamins, minerals, and protein It adds a nutty flavor to baked goods and can be sprinkled over breakfast cereals, yogurt, or fruit
wheat germ
{i} nucleus of the wheat kernel ground finely and used in foods as concentrated source of vitamins
wheat germ
The tiny nucleus of the endosperm (the inner part of the wheat kernel without the outer bran) Wheat germ has a nutty flavor and is a concentrated source of oil, vitamins, minerals and protein Used to add nutrients to various foods
wheat germ
The vitamin-rich embryo of the wheat kernel that is separated before milling for use as a cereal or food supplement
wheat germ
Rich in vitamins A, D and most importantly E Nourishing to the skin and used in massage oils to extend shelf life
wheat germ
embryo of the wheat kernel; removed before milling and eaten as a source of vitamins
wheat germ
The oily embryo of the wheat grain, the part that sprouts It contains two thirds of the grain's thiamin, a fourth of its riboflavin and a fifth of its pyridoxine It can be bought by the bottle, sprinkled over cereals, mixed into veggie burgers, or baked into a variety of breads and cookies Wheat germ can turn rancid quickly and should be kept refrigerated
wheat-germ oil
{i} yellow unsaturated oil extracted from the wheat germ and is a rich source of vitamin E
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von germ im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

germ hücreleri
(Tıp) germ cells
germ hücreli tümör
(Tıp) germinoma
germ hücreli tümörler
(Tıp) germ
germ hücresi
(Tıp) germ cell
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