early 15c., from Middle French desiccation or directly from Late Latin desiccationem (nominative desiccatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin desiccare "to make very dry," from de- "thoroughly" (see de-) + siccare "to dry" (see siccative).
1. Spores normally resist desiccation and have many ordinary procedures of disinfection.
2. Application: Suitable for desiccation, medical treatment and poultry artificial incubation.
用途: 干燥 、 医疗和家禽人工孵化.
3. Desiccation The drying out of an organism due to evaporation.
4. When the low water - cement ratio gets off, concrete self - desiccation shrinkage produces easily.
5. Three cases of homosexuality correction by electric desiccation under hypnoticsituation had all been done successfuly.