paracytic

par·a·cy·tic

(par'ă-sī'tik), Do not confuse this word with paracystic or parasitic.
1. Relating to cells other than those normal to the part where they are found.
2. Between or among, but independent of, cells.
[para- + G. kytos, cell]

paracytic

(păr″ă-sĭt′ĭk) [″ + kytos, cell]
Concerning cells other than those normally present in a specific location.
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Infectious diseases tested and found to be negative Bacterial Viral Fungal Paracytic Bartonella HIV Aspergillus spp.
Stomata Both anisocytic and paracytic type on either side Quantitative analysis 1 Stomatal number upper surface 202-216-238 Stomatal number lower surface 184-212-248 2 Stomatal index upper surface 17.
Stomata are usually paracytic on the abaxial surface whereas they are hemi-paracytic to paracytic on the adaxial surface of all the species.
Nyananyo and Olowokudejo (1986) reported parallelocytic in Talinum while Metcalfe and Chalk (1950, 1979) documented only paracytic for the family.
The common ancestor of Proteaceae was reconstructed by Johnson and Briggs (1975) to have had paracytic stomata, and Carpenter et al.
Its leaves have paracytic stomata, which are of limited occurrence in Ericaceae but may be found in most Gaultherieae.
Most of the members of this dade, however, possess paracytic stomata (char.