Nuts are aseptic, free from putrefactive bacteria and do not readily undergo decay either in the body or outside of it.
(a) The harmful effects are not due to putrefactive processes.
All the putrefactive spawn of this fungus is inside the host-plant; cure, therefore, is difficult.
No danger arises from the living creatures in water; but putrefactive matters may produce serious diseases.
He must, I submit, bow to the conclusion that the dust-particles are the cause of putrefactive life.
It is very strong in taste and smell, due to putrefactive germs that are added to the milk in its manufacture.
This is only a question of not keeping food too long or in conditions tending to the access of putrefactive bacteria.
Molds also help to make cheese, but neither these nor putrefactive organisms are desirable for foods other than those mentioned.
The amyloid material is remarkable for its power to resist the action of chemical agents and putrefactive decomposition.
My experience convinces me that in this country meat poisoning frequently results from putrefactive changes.
putrefactive pu·tre·fac·tive (pyōō'trə-fāk'tĭv)
Bringing about putrefaction.
Of, relating to, or characterized by putrefaction.
putrefaction pu·tre·fac·tion (pyōō'trə-fāk'shən)
Decomposition of organic matter, especially protein, by microorganisms, resulting in production of foul-smelling matter.
The condition of being putrefied.