(ălb) noun. jubah paderi
(ăl-bāʹnē-ə, -bānʹyə, ôl-). Abbr. Alb. A country of southeast Europe on the Adriatic Sea. Long a warring ground for rulers and peoples ranging from the Romans and Turks to the Serbs and Bulgarians, Albania became a republic in 1925, then a satellite of the U.S.S.R. in 1944. In 1961 the country's leaders broke with the Soviets and developed close economic ties with China, a relationship that deteriorated after the death of Mao Zedong in 1976. Tirana is the capital and the largest city. Population, 2,841,300, Albania.
noun. 1. (native, inhabitant)orang Albania; 2. (language) bahasa Albania.
(ălʹbə-trôs´, -trŏs´) noun. plural albatross or albatrosses. Any of several large, web-footed birds constituting the family Diomedeidae, chiefly of the oceans of the Southern Hemisphere, and having a hooked beak and long, narrow wings, albatros.
(ăl-bēʹdō) noun. plural albedos. The fraction of incident electromagnetic radiation reflected by a surface, especially of a celestial body, albedo
(ôl-bēʹĭt, ăl-) conj. Even though; although; notwithstanding, walaupun, sungguhpun, sekalipun, meskipun: he showed promise, albeit he failed, dia menunjukkan potensi, walaupun dia gagal.
(ăl-bĕsʹənt) adjective. Becoming white or moderately white; whitish, albesen
(ălʹbə-nĭz´əm) noun. Congenital absence of normal pigmentation or coloration in a person, an animal, or a plant, kebalaran, kebulaian.
(ăl-bīʹnō) noun. plural albinos. A person or an animal lacking normal pigmentation, with the result being that the skin and hair are abnormally white or milky and the eyes have a pink or blue iris and a deep-red pupil, balar, bulai, sabun, albino
(ălʹbəm) noun. A book with blank pages for the insertion and preservation of collections, as of stamps, photographs, or autographs, album.
glue - glu albumen
albumen (ăl-byʹmən) noun. The white of an egg, which consists mainly of albumin dissolved in water, albumen; 2. see ALBUMIN.
(ăl-byʹmĭn) noun. A class of simple, water-soluble proteins that can be coagulated by heat and are found in egg white, blood serum, milk, and many other animal and plant juices and tissues. Also called albumen, albumin.
albumin gradient centrifugation pengemparan cerunan albumin
albuminous cell sel albumin