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putrefaction


Foul in smell; usually pertains to decay
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The state of being putrid; rottenness; the process or action of putrefying or rotting; spec.
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Biological decomposition of organic matter; associated with anaerobic conditions.
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(n) a state of decay usually accompanied by an offensive odor(n) (biology) the process of decay caused by bacterial or fungal action(n) moral perversion; impairment of virtue and moral principles
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biological decomposition of organic matter accompanied by the production of a foul smell associated with anaerobic condition.
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Biological decomposition of organic matter; associated with anaerobic conditions. (EPA Glossary)
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Biological decomposition of organic matter; associated with anaerobic conditions.
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Biological decomposition of organic matter; associated with anaerobic conditions.
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Biological decomposition of organic matter, with the production of illsmelling and tasting products, associated with anaerobic (no oxygen present) conditions.
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Biological decomposition of organic matter, with the production of foul-smelling and -tasting products, associated with anaerobic (no oxygen present) conditions.
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Decomposition of organic matter, especially proteins, by the action of anaerobic microorganisms, resulting in the formation of [..]
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Putrefaction is the bacterial or fungal decomposition of organic matter with resulting obnoxious odors.
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Decomposition of organic matter, especially the anaerobic splitting of proteins by bacteria and fungi, with the resulting formation of foul smelling gases resulting from incomplete oxidation.
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The first stage of the Fermentation operation; a digestion in which decomposing essences are reabsorbed. The process was represented by the symbol for the constellation of Leo. Back to Top - Q - Queen [..]
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The act of causing to rot; the anaerobic splitting of proteins by bacteria and fungi with the formation of malodorous, incompletely oxidized products. Rotten material. The state of being rotten. [..]
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c. 1400, from Old French putrefaction (14c.), from Latin putrefactionem (nominative putrefactio), noun of action from past participle stem of putrefacere "to make rotten," from putrere " [..]
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The process of bacteria decomposing proteins, often leaving a strong and unpleasant smell.
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Putrefaction refers to stages of deccomposition of a dead animal. The peoces in general terms involves decomposition of proteins and breakdown of cohesion between tissues and the liquefaction of most [..]
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Anaerobic decomposition of organic matter, especially protein, characterized by disagreeable odors.
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