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coalescence

 [ko″ah-les´ens]
a fusion or blending of parts.

co·a·les·cence

(kō'ă-les'ents),
Fusion of originally separate parts.
Synonym(s): concrescence (1)

coalescence

/co·a·les·cence/ (ko″ah-les´ens) the fusion or blending of parts.

co·a·les·cence

(kō'ă-les'ĕns)
Fusion of originally separate parts.
Synonym(s): concrescence (1) .

coalescence

a fusion or blending of parts.
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