Koch

(from the article `Cooch Behr`) ...tigers, and gaurs (Indian bison). The district formed part of the ancient Kmarpa kingdom, with its capital at Kamatpur, near Cooch Behr town. In ...
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Koch

[boat] The Koch was a special type of small one or two mast wooden sailing ships designed and used in Russia for transpolar voyages in ice conditions of the Arctic seas, popular among the Pomors. Because of its additional skin-planking (called kotsa) and Arctic design of the body and the rudder, it could sail without being damaged in the wa...
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Koch

[crater] This crater has a worn and eroded outer rim. Several small craters lie along the outer rim, particularly along the northern edge. Attached to the western side is the satellite crater Koch U. The interior floor is also marked by some small craters, with a pair located just to the north of the midpoint and another along the southern ...
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Koch

ethnic group of the Bodo people, dispersed over parts of Assam and Bengal. While their original language is a Tibeto-Burman dialect, large sections ... [1 related articles]
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Koch

Member of one of the agriculturalist ethnic groups living in northeastern India and Bangladesh, including, among others, the Garo, Jaijong, and Moran. Some trace descent...
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Koch

Type: Term Pronunciation: kok Definitions: 1. Robert, German bacteriologist and Nobel laureate, 1843-1910. See: Koch bacillus, Koch law, Koch old tuberculin, Koch phenomenon, Koch postulates, under postulate, Koch-Weeks bacillus
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Koch

Type: Term Pronunciation: kok Definitions: 1. Walter, 20th-century German surgeon. See: Koch node, triangle of Koch
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Koch

Used in infectious diseases to determine if the parasite will cause disease. The traditional criteria used are as follows:The organism must be regularly isolated from cases of the disease. The organism must be grown in pure culture or free of the animal host. Such a pure culture should cause disease upon inoculation into susceptible animal. The sam...
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Koch

[n] - German bacteriologist who isolated the anthrax bacillus and the tubercle bacillus and the cholera bacillus (1843-1910)
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