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erythro-

, erythr- (ĕ-rith'rō),
1. Previx denoting red or red blood cell; corresponds to L. rub-.
2. Indicates the structure of erythrose in a larger sugar; used as such, it is italicized (for example, 2-deoxy-d-erythro-pentose).
[G. erythros, red]

erythro-

prefix meaning "red": erythroblast, erythroclast, erythrocyte.

erythro-

, erythr-
1. Combining forms denoting red or red blood cell; corresponds to L. rub-.
2. Indicates the structure of erythrose in a larger sugar; used as such, it is italicized (e.g., 2-deoxy-d-erythro-pentose).
[G. erythros, red]

erythro-

Combining form denoting red.

erythr-

or

erythro-

prefix denoting red.
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