Pathology a tough waxy deposit composed of necessary protein and polysaccharides that outcomes through the deterioration of muscle.
A waxy substance of protein and polysaccharides which discovered deposited in areas in amyloidosis.
any one of various starchlike substances.
A non-nitrogenous starchy food; a starchlike compound.
The compound deposited in the body organs in amyloid deterioration.
In botany, a semi-gelatinous substance, analogous to starch, came across within some seeds, and becoming yellowish in liquid after having already been colored blue by iodine (Lindley); a part of the cellulose selection of veggie organic substances, comprising cellulose, starch, gum, the sugars, etc.
A precipitate acquired from a gelatinous answer of cotton fiber which has been treated with concentrated sulphuric acid. Vegetable parchment is a result of the limited change associated with veggie fibers into this substance.
In pathology, same as lardacein.
a non-nitrogenous food compound consisting chiefly of starch; any substance resembling starch
(pathology) a waxy translucent complex necessary protein resembling starch that benefits from degeneration of muscle