- having a valence of two.
- having two valences, as aluminum with valences of two and three.
- biuret reaction,
- bivalent chromosome,
Origin of bivalent
Examples from the Web for bivalent
The presence of bivalent cations, especially Ca, also favours the agglutination.The Organism as a Whole|Jacques Loeb
Monoxide, mo-nok′sīd, n. an oxide containing a single oxygen atom in combination with two univalent atoms or one bivalent atom.
For the chromosomes of the heterotype mitosis arise by the looping round, not opening out, of the bivalent chromosomes.
The connection of the element x with the spireme up to the stage where the spireme segments to form the bivalent chromosomes.Studies in Spermatogenesis (Part 1 of 2)|Nettie Maria Stevens
Ionium expels an alpha particle and becomes radium, which is a bivalent element resembling barium belonging to the second group.A Brief Account of Radio-activity|Francis Preston Venable