The clumping of antibodies specific for a group of antigens common to several bacteria, each of which possesses its own specific antigen.
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A Smack Of Jellyfish And Other Strange Animal GroupsWhat do hunting and sexual desires have in common? We could point to several things, but from a linguistic point of view, we’re referring to the archaic word venery, which means both hunting (from the Latin venor) and sexual desire (from Latin veneria, referring to Venus). Strangely, terms of venery is a collective noun that means a group of animals. And, many of these animal …
- groundwood pulp,
- group a streptococcus,
- group agglutinin,
- group annuity,
- group antigen,
- group captain,
- group dynamics
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