adjective see pharmacopoeia

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  • pharmacopoeial — See pharmacopoeia. * * * …   Universalium

  • pharmacopoeial — adjective Of or pertaining to pharmacopoeia …   Wiktionary

  • pharmacopoeial — fÉ‘rmÉ™kÉ™ pɪːəl / fɑːm adj. of a book containing information about medications; of a stock of medications …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pharmacopoeial — phar·ma·co·poe·ial …   English syllables

  • pharmacopoeial — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|pē(y)əl adjective : of or relating to a pharmacopoeia : according to the pharmacopoeia * * * pharmacopoeˈial adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑pharmacopoeia …   Useful english dictionary

  • pharmacopoeia — pharmacopoeial, pharmacopoeic, adj. pharmacopoeist, n. /fahr meuh keuh pee euh/, n. Pharm. 1. a book published usually under the jurisdiction of the government and containing a list of drugs, their formulas, methods for making medicinal… …   Universalium

  • British Pharmacopoeia — Published annually, the British Pharmacopoeia (BP) is a collection of quality standards for UK medicinal substances. It is used by individuals and organizations involved in pharmaceutical research, development, manufacture and… …   Wikipedia

  • Pharmacopoeia — s issued by private individuals.HistorySome of the earliest pharmacopoeia books were written by Arabian and Persian physicians. [Philip K. Hitti (cf. Dr. Kasem Ajram (1992), Miracle of Islamic Science , Appendix B, Knowledge House Publishers.… …   Wikipedia

  • Mikhail Davidovich Mashkovsky — (Russian: Михаил Давыдович Машковский) (March 1, 1908 June 5, 2002) was a famous Russian pharmacologist, and Academician of the Russian Academy of Science, the author of the famous Soviet and later on Russian pharmacopoeia Medical compounds ,… …   Wikipedia

  • pharmacopoeia — also pharmacopeia noun Etymology: New Latin, from Late Greek pharmakopoiia preparation of drugs, from Greek pharmako + poiein to make more at poet Date: 1621 1. a book describing drugs, chemicals, and medicinal preparations; especially one issued …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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