achromatophil

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achromatophil

 [ak″ro-mat´o-fil]
1. not easily stainable.
2. an organism or tissue that does not stain easily.

ach·ro·mat·o·phil

(ak'rō-mat'ō-fil),
1. Not being colored by the histologic or bacteriologic stains. Synonym(s): achromophilic, achromophilous
2. A cell or tissue that cannot be stained in the usual way.
Synonym(s): achromophil
[G. a- priv. + chrōma, color, + philos, fond]

achromatophil

/achro·ma·to·phil/ (ak″ro-mat´o-fil)
1. not easily stainable.
2. an organism or tissue that does not stain easily.

ach·ro·mat·o·phil

(ak'rō-mat'ō-fil)
1. Not being colored by histologic or bacteriologic stains.
Synonym(s): achromophilic, achromophilous.
2. A cell or tissue that cannot be stained in the usual way.
Synonym(s): achromophil.
[G. a- priv. + chrōma, color, + philos, fond]

achromatophil

1. not easily stainable.
2. an organism or tissue that does not stain easily.