segregator

[seg-ri-gey-ter]
noun Medicine/Medical.
an instrument for collecting the urine excreted by one kidney only.

Origin:
1900–05; segregate + -or2

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segregate (ˈsɛɡrɪˌɡeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to set or be set apart from others or from the main group
2.  (tr) to impose segregation on (a racial or minority group)
3.  genetics, metallurgy to undergo or cause to undergo segregation
 
[C16: from Latin sēgregāre, from sē- apart + grex a flock]
 
segregable
 
adj
 
'segregative
 
adj
 
'segregator
 
n

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segregator seg·re·ga·tor (sěg'rĭ-gā'tər)
n.
An apparatus for obtaining urine from each kidney separately.

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The system consists of an in-line optical sensor, mechanical segregator valve, and an elevating auger for the high quality bin.
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