isolate

cause to be separated from

Isolate

A single spore or culture and the subcultures derived from it. Also used to indicate collections of a pathogen made at different times.

Isolate

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isolate

In plant pathology: a culture or subpopulation of a microorganism separated from its parent population and maintained in some sort of controlled circumstance; also, to effect such separation and control, for example to isolate a pathogen from diseased plant tissue.
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isolate

[Verb] To separate from other people or things.
Example: It was important to isolate the virus, before work could begin on finding a treatment or cure for the disease.
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isolate

[v] - psychology: separate (experiences) fromt he emotions relating to them 2. [v] - obtain in pure form, in chemistry or medicine 3. [v] - place or set apart
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Isolate

Isolate: A group in which mating is always between members of the group. For example, the Amish.
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Isolate

I'so·late transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Isolated ; present participle & verbal noun Isolating .] [ Italian isolato , past participle of isolare to isolate, from isola island, Latin insula . S...
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isolate

To separate from other persons, materials or objects. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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isolate

insulate verb place or set apart; `They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates`
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isolate

(i´so-lāt) to separate from others, or set apart. a group of individuals prevented by geographic, genetic, ecologic, or social barriers from interbreeding with others of their kind. a pure microbial strain that has been separated from a mixed laboratory culture.
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Isolate

• (v. t.) To separate from all foreign substances; to make pure; to obtain in a free state. • (v. t.) To insulate. See Insulate. • (v. t.) To place in a detached situation; to place by itself or alone; to insulate; to separate from others.
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isolate

(from the article `consanguinity`) ...is calculated from the average values of its members. High values of are found in small populations whose members marry one another over many ...
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isolate

to separate from other persons, materials, or objects.
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isolate

isolate, isolated 1. To separate a person or place from others of the same type. 2. In medicine, to keep someone who is infected away from others to prevent the spread of a contagious disease. 3. In biology, to separate out a chemical or biological material, such as a virus or bacterium, in order to identify and study it.
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isolate

disconnect completely a device or an electric circuit from other devices or electric circuits
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isolate

provide, by separation, a specified degree of protection from any live electric circuit
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isolate

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-lāt Definitions: 1. To separate, to set apart from others; that which is so treated. 2. To free of chemical contaminants. 3. In psychoanalysis, to separate ideas, experiences, or memories from the affects pertaining to them. 4. In group psychotherapy, a patient to whom others in the group do not r...
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isolate

(L: insula island) to keep apart, to exclude. An isolated island like the Kermadec's Raoul Island, was a hard place to live. It was hard to get to in the first place, then to land on it, let alone to do any trade with.Thus it was spared somewhat.
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Isolate

A population that is isolated.
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