nidus

All Noun Verb Adverb
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  • The nidus makes up about two to ten percent of the mass of the stone.
  • Meanwhile a special nidus had been created in the South. Cited from Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2, by John Addington Symonds
  • Eventually, in the state of love making, she stabs him to death in their nidus of sugar.
  • In addition to the plants I have gathered, Asplenium nidus it very common. Cited from Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, . . ., by William Griffith
  • Their chemical composition is diverse, and rarely can a nidus be found.
  • It will not be difficult to induce me to give up the theory of the growth of shells, without their being the nidus of animals. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 1 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • Once a nidus has been formed the MSCs within it stop replicating.
  • He had reclassified the already known A. nidus in its own genus Neottopteris.
  • It is possible for the nidus to be made of a different type of crystal than the rest of the stone, also known as epitaxial growth.
  • The name comes from the Latin nidus meaning nest.
  • They seem to be flying about in the air with other germs, and have found a sort of nidus among my melancholy fancies. Cited from Impressions of Theophrastus Such, by George Eliot
  • They are then swept into the pulmonary arteries where they impact and form the nidus of a thrombus.
  • Nidi railway station is a railway station on the Panvel - Roha route of Central Railway.
  • I have also found the little depressions caused by the tread of cattle affording a fine nidus for the plants. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 385,by Various
  • The residual product can also potentially serve as a nidus for post-operative infection.
  • Without the power of the Nidus, Rothgo would ultimately die.
  • Each aimed to obtain possession of the Nidus, a magical object of limitless power.
  • Eventually, all of the cells within the nidus develop into, and display the morphologic characteristics of, an osteoprogenitor cell.
  • The order Nidovirales is named for the Latin nidus, which means nest.
  • Eventually, all of the cells within the nidus develop into, and display the morphologic characteristics of, an osteoblast.
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Meaning of nidus

  • noun A nest in which spiders or insects deposit their eggs