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meso-

, mes- (mes'ō, mes),
1. Middle, mean, intermediacy.
2. A mesentery, mesentery-like structure.
3. A prefix denoting a compound, containing more than one chiral center, having an internal plane of symmetry; such compounds do not exhibit optical activity (for example, meso-cystine).
[G. mesos]

meso-

See mes-.

meso-

Anatomy
prefix
(1) Referring to mesenteric structures.
(2) Middle. (There is an increasing trend toward substitution of “mid-” for all anatomic structures labelled “meso-”.)
 
Chemistry
prefix
(1) Refers to the substitution of a bridging atom.
(2) Refers to the assymetry of isomeric forms of a compound (stereochemistry).

meso-

, mes-Combining forms meaning:
1. Middle, mean, intermediacy.
2. A mesentery.
3. A compound, containing more than one chiral center, having an internal plane of symmetry.

mes-

or

meso-

prefix denoting middle.

meso-

, mes-
1. Middle, mean, intermediacy.
2. A mesentery or mesentery like structure.
3. A compound, containing more than one chiral center, having an internal plane of symmetry.
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