Globule [noun]

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Each globule of our blood is a world (and we have five millions per cubic millimetre).

Scintillate, scintillate, globule orific, Fain would I fathom thy nature's specific.

From his animated globule he has to develop the whole creation of vegetable and animal life.

Hence the names phagocyte, or devouring cell, given to the enveloping white globule, and phagocytosis to the process.

A colloid globule suspended in a salt solution in which it is not dissolved may grow by intussusception.

The description of this orange-red globule of plasm (protomyxa aurantiaca) appeared first in my Monograph on the Monera.

A globule of metal should result, and perhaps an incrustation on the coal.

Heat in the open tube, and a globule of mercury will result.

At the blowpipe it gives off its sulphur, and is converted into a globule attractable by the blowpipe.

If a globule of it be laid upon wet turmeric paper, it takes fire, and runs about, marking its desultory path with red lines.