Try Tryp Trypa Trypanosoma Trypanosomiasis Trypsin
Trypsynogen Tryptamine Tryptophan
~ TRY              id+ | TU RUB TRITURATE GRIND |
~ TRYP~            id+ | prefix also for TREP~ per
                         RUB  BORER  |
                   id+ | TREPANATION  exTIRPate |
~ TRYPA            id+ | GUT |
~ TRYPANOSOMA      id+ | BORER PARASITE
~ TRYPANOSOMIASIS  id+ | EPIDEMIC HUMAN and ANIMAL INFESTATIONS |
~ TRYPSIN          id+ | DIGESTIVE ENZYME |
~ TRYPSYNOGEN      id+ | GENERATOR OF TRYPSIN |
~ TRYPTAMINE       id+ | DECARBOXYLATED TRYPTOPHAN |
~ TRYPTOPHAN       id+ | AMINO ACID SET FREE BY TRYPSIN |
                   etym> broad amalgam includes
  note  RUB TREPIDATION BORER THRUST TURN CLIMB
  note  ENZYME PUMPKIN DIGESTION ENTRAIL
  eng   TRY            = from old eng TRIER TRIEN
                         from
  lat   TERERE           also points to THROW
  gr    TRIBEIN          TO RUB     see> THRUST
  eng   TRIBULATION      SORROW  SUFFERING  PAIN
  lat   TRITUS           or
        TERERE           or
        TRITATRE         or
  eng   TRITURATE        TO GRIND or THRESH
  note  DETRITUS         LOOSE or DESINTEGRATED MATTER
                         DESTROYED DESTRUCTION
  gr    TRYPE            HOLE       see> TRIPE
  sp    TRIPA            INTESTINE ENTRAIL
  biol> TRIPSIS          RUBBING
  med>  TRISMUS          GRINDING TEETH as per see> TETANUS
  gr    TRIPSIS          RUBBING
        TRIPEIN          TO TURN
  med>  TRIPA            or
  eng   TRIPE            for INTESTINE BOWEL mostly reduced to
                         STOMACH of RUMINANTS
  ukr   TREPAT           TO CLIMB
  med>  TRAPEZIUS        MUSCLE ESSENTIAL FOR CLIMBING
  note  TRAPEZE          or
        TRAIPSE          RAMBLES  SAUNTERS
  sp    TRAMPOLIN        SPRINGBOARD
        TRAMPA           TRAP  SNARE
  eng   TRAMP            RAMBLE  SCOUR  TREAD  WORN
  gr    TRUPANON         BORING INSTRUMENT
        TRYPANON         TO PIERCE  BORER
  med>  TRIPANOSOMA      or
  eng   TRYPANOSOMA      A PARASITE
  med>  TRYPANOSOMIASIS  INFESTATION WITH TRYPANOSOMA
  note                   shift to another view of DIGESTION
  gr      PEPLOS         GOWN or ENVELOPE
  sp      PEPA           HARD SEED
  gr      PEPON          MELON points to
  biol>   PEPSIN         mixture of GASTRIC ENZYMES
                         that HYDROLIZE PROTEINS
  sp      PEPINO         CUCUMBER
  gr      PEPTON         DIGESTING
  med>    PEPTIC         DIGESTION per GASTRIC JUICES
  biol>   PEPTIDE        FRAGMENTS OF DIGESTED PROTEIN
          PEPTONE        ENZYME THAT CLEAVES PROTEINS
  biol>   PUMPKIN        or CUCURBITA MOSCHATA
  hx> "PUMPKIN ENZYME PEEL FACIAL" IS A POPULAR "NATURAL BEAUTY"
      PROCESS TO PROMOTE REJUVENATION OF THE SKIN PER
  ENZYMATIC PEELING OF "DEAD" SKIN
  biol> A DIGESTIVE ENZYME                 sug> CATALYST
        RELEASED BY THE PANCREAS           see> ENZYME
  IT CLEAVES PEPTIDE BONDS                 sug> PROTEIN
  med> TRYPSIN IN THE TRIPES PLUS          sug> LYSIS
       THE MOTION OF INTESTINES            sug> GUT
  RUBS MIXES AND DIGESTS                   sug> GLUTEN
  PROTEIN AND OTHER FOODS                  sug> PROTEUS
  hx> THE GERMAN PHYSIOLOGIST W F KUHNE [#]
      RUBBED PANCREAS GLANDS WITH GLYCERINE AND
  IN 1848 OBTAINED A PEPSIN HE CALLED
  as if to assert that "HE HAD TO RUB"
  med>  see> TREPHINE  TREPANATION
  biol> med> TREPONEMA points to BORER like motion
             note TREPONEMA PALLIDUM or the
  SPIROCHETE causing SYPHILIS
  note TRYPANOSOMA or TRIPANOSOMA and their VECTORS
       as BLOODSUCKING INVERTEBRATES
  THE LAST STAGE OF TRYPANOSOMA DEVELOPMENT OCCURS IN THE
  VICTIM or HOST MOST OFTEN IS A VERTEBRATE
  the varieties incl TRYPANOSOMA
  DUTTONI  LEWISI  THEILERI  SIMIAE  BRUCEI  CRUZI
  note T CRUZI CAUSES see> CHAGAS DISEASE entry
       a major PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM in
  TROPICAL AMERICA CAUSING CARDIOMYOPATHY
  CEREBRAL HEPATIC AND SKELETAL CHAGOMAS
  among the VECTORS is the REDUVIID BUGS OR VINCHUCA
  also known as the KISSING or ASSASSIN BUGS because they
  bite humans while asleep on LIPS and EYES
  note Charles DARWIN [#] may have been bitten while in
       ARGENTINA and may have died due to complications of
  CHAGAS disease
  note the reservoir are WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS INCLUDING
                     ARMADILLOS  CATS  DOGS  BATS  RODENTS
  med> note see> TRISMUS or SPASMS OF MASETERIC  or
                 MASTICATOR MUSCLES RESULTING IN
  MOTIONS CAUSING TEETH GRINDING as the result of
  see> TETANUS TOXIN
  cont> sug> HALLOWEEN PECTIN PEPSIN TRYPSIN
        sug> TRYPANOSOMA TREPONEMA SYPHILIS CHAGAS

      

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