1. pertaining to a growth of fungi that forms a heaped-up mass
    acervate fungous sporophores
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  • The primordial ocean provided an ideal medium for their formation, for the primordial ocean was large, and water can hold the coacervates suspended for a long period of time without being disturbed.
  • There are few examples of synthetic polyelectrolytes that produce complex coacervates, however.
  • -- Polymer: In the wash process, this deposition aid forms a chemical complex known as a coacervate to help keep the silicones from washing away. Hispanic Business Magazine
  • Observe the coacervates under high power and make drawings of what you see.
  • Recombinant human elastin peptides coacervate in heated solutions to form fibrillar aggregates.
  • Droplets, or coacervates, formed and were enclosed by protein or lipid shells.
  • In contrast, most OOL theories suppose life began at two points and a line: a point in time, a point in space (microscopic coacervate, etc.) and a line of serially encoded information (DNA, enzyme, etc.) Darwiniana
  • acervate fungous sporophores
  • Upon standing these coalesce into one clear homogenous colloid-rich liquid layer, known as the coacervate layer which can be deposited so as to produce the wall material of the resultant capsules.
  • An evaluation of various formulations and processes for coacervate formation revealed that flavor coacervates can be formed in numerous ways.
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