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The introduction of an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease
The introduction of a microorganism into a culture medium
An inoculum, what is inoculated
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The introduction of a special yeast culture, or any other organism, into the pressed grape juice
The introduction of a substance (inoculum; e g , a vaccine, serum or virus) into the body to produce or to increase immunity to the disease or condition associated with the substance See also Vaccine
The communication of principles, especially false principles, to the mind
the introduction of a pathogen or antigen into the body, especially to stimulate antibody production or other immune responses
{i} immunization, vaccination, introduction of a virus or microorganism into the body of a human or animal; introduction of microorganisms into a culture medium
taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease
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The introduction of a disease organism or vaccine, usually through a deliberately made wound
Protection of program files from viruses by recording file size and file creation date information in a separate inoculation file 13 4
Sometimes called vaccinations, they are injections or medication taken to prevent you catching diseases Inoculations are usually taken before you go on holiday to tropical destinations; a nurse or doctor can administer them
The act or practice of communicating a disease to a person in health, by inserting contagious matter in his skin or flesh
Process of introducing cultures of bacteria into soils, seeds etc Adding Rhizobia culture to a legume seed such as alfalfa
Introduction of a pathogen (virus, bacteria, etc) into an animal
—Introduction of material (usually a vaccine) into the tissues
Putting a low dose of a disease into the body to help it fight against a more serious attack of the disease
The act or art of inoculating trees or plants
The introduction of a selected yeast or bacterial culture into the grape juice or must
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To safeguard or protect something as if by inoculation
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To introduce an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease
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To add one substance to another. To spike

The culture medium was inoculated with selenium to investigate the rate of uptake.

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{n} the act of inoculating or grafting
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To bring one organism into contact with a host plant or plant organ
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perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
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To sterilize a must
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{f} introduce a virus or microorganism into a person or animal to create immunity to a disease, immunize; introduce microorganisms into a culture medium; instill or implant beliefs or ideas
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To treat with microorganisms for the purpose of creating a favorable response For example, treatment of legume seeds with rhizobia to stimulate N2 fixation
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To introduce into the mind; used especially of harmful ideas or principles; to imbue; as, to inoculate one with treason or infidelity
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To communicate disease by inoculation
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To insert a foreign bud into; as, to inoculate a tree
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To graft by inserting buds
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To communicate a disease to ( a person ) by inserting infectious matter in the skin or flesh; as, to inoculate a person with the virus of smallpox, rabies, etc
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introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of; "My teachers inoculated me with their beliefs"
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impregnate with the virus or germ of a disease in order to render immune insert a bud for propagation introduce a micro-organism into introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of; "My teachers inoculated me with their beliefs
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introduce a micro-organism into
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An inoculation is a form of vaccine In ancient China, immunity to smallpox was achieved by blowing dust from smallpox scabs into the patient's nose
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impregnate with the virus or germ of a disease in order to render immune
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To inoculate a person or animal means to inject a weak form of a disease into their body as a way of protecting them against the disease. a program to inoculate every child in the state His dogs were inoculated against rabies. = vaccinate + inoculation inoculations in·ocu·la·tion This may eventually lead to routine inoculation of children. to protect someone against a disease by putting a weak form of the disease into their body using a needle immunize, vaccinate vaccinate inoculate sb against sth (past participle of inoculare , from oculus )
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In context here, to introduce microorganisms (or a substance upon which or in which microorganisms exist) into a mix of flour and water in order to cultivate the microorganisms
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The introduction of a microbe into surroundings capable of supporting its growth See pitching
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To treat, usually seeds, with microorganisms to create a favorable response Most often refers to the treatment of legume seeds with Rhizobium or Bradyrhizobium to stimulate dinitrogen fixation but also refers to the introduction of microbial cultures into sterile growth medium
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To bud; to insert, or graft, as the bud of a tree or plant in another tree or plant
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insert a bud for propagation
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vaccine against a disease known as smallpox
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