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  • Coptic
  • This is, of course, counting each lexeme as a unit, for it happens that very often the Copto-Greek words are of rarer usage (because more specialized) in ordinary Coptic texts (not those devoted to law, theology, medicine, etc.), so that their presence there is more modest (about 20 percent on average). (claremont.edu)
  • Although the Coptic language was still the spoken language of Egypt at the time, it is obvious from these works that the authors became proficient in their knowledge of classical Arabic, and their works marked the beginnings of a vast Copto-Arabic literature, which eventually became an established discipline among the Copts in medieval and modern times. (claremont.edu)
  • roots
  • To verify the pathogenicity of individual isolates, healthy coptis plants were inoculated by dipping roots into a conidial suspension (10 6 conidia/ml) for 30 min (15 plants per isolate), as described previously (1). (apsnet.org)
  • readily
  • The translations were generally carried out in a rather free manner in S, rather literally in B, where the Greek term of the original was readily taken up into Copto-Greek, especially where the term was difficult to understand, whereas in S, the effort was made to interpret, by means of a more accessible vocabulary, at the cost of departing somewhat from the Greek. (claremont.edu)
  • Neither (S)-norreticuline nor (S)-scoulerine serves as substrate for the Coptis enzyme, while both substrates are readily oxidized by the Berberis enzyme. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • report
  • To our knowledge, this is the first report of root rot of coptis caused by F. solani in the world. (apsnet.org)
  • work
  • Additionally, Coptis Tox enables product developers to work out the margin of safety for each ingredient in a formula, to conduct risk assessment characterization. (cosmeticsandtoiletries.com)
  • His work may be treated here on the periphery of Copto-Arabic letters. (claremont.edu)