cytomorphosis


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cytomorphosis

 [si″to-mor-fo´sis]
the changes through which cells pass in development.

cy·to·mor·pho·sis

(sī'tō-mōr-fō'sis),
Changes that the cell undergoes during the various stages of its existence.
See also: prosoplasia.
[cyto- + G. morphōsis, a shaping]

cytomorphosis

/cy·to·mor·pho·sis/ (-mor-fo´sis) the changes through which cells pass in development.

cytomorphosis

[sī′tōmôr′fəsis] pl. cytomorphoses
Etymology: Gk, kytos + morphosis, shaping
the various changes that occur within a cell during the entire course of its life cycle.

cy·to·mor·pho·sis

(sī'tō-mōr-fō'sis)
Changes that the cell undergoes during the various stages of its existence.
See also: prosoplasia
[cyto- + G. morphōsis, a shaping]

cytomorphosis

the changes through which cells pass in development.
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