- capable of being coagulated.
Origin of coagulable
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Milk not coagulable is produced by feeding on husks of green peas, and on mint.
A few small portions of coagulable lymph were also found loose amongst the intestines.A System of Midwifery
Casein, although not coagulable by heat, is coagulated by the introduction into the milk of acids or extract of rennet.Science in the Kitchen.
Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
Many colloids such as hmoglobin are crystallizable, and many crystallizable substances are coagulable.The Mechanism of Life
The company must certainly be aware of the fact that its product contains little, if any, coagulable proteids.
- Capable of being coagulated or clotted.
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