The examination of the hair.
Pos- sessing the property of trichroism.
a%ing three waves, as a tricrotic pulse; exhibiting I’ricrotism.
A tooth with three cones in a triangle.
I biology, marked with three longitudinal lines.
tri – meth – il’- am – in Used in acute rheumatism internally, or as a liniment I to 3 of glycerin. The hydrochlorate is a soluble, crj-stalline salt. Dose of trimethylamin ‘y of the hydrochlorate gr. ij-iij. Trimethylene A substance obtained by heating trimethylene bromid with metallic sodium. It is a gas. T.-diamin, a ptomain obtained, with other toxic bases, from cultures of the comma-bacillus on beef-broth. It causes violent convulsions and muscle-tremor. See Ptomains, Table of.
O.CjHjjO,. A glycerol ester containing three oleic- acid radicles. It is a clear, colorless, oily liquid, and is the chief constituent of all fatty acids. See Olein. Trional A disul- phone belonging to the ethyl and methyl groups; in ordinar}- doses it is harmless and possesses marked hypnotic properties. It is a powder consisting of shining tablets with a melting-point of 76
Having three phases or variations.
An iris having three pupils.