granulopoiesis

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granulopoiesis

 [gran″u-lo-poi-e´sis]
the formation and development of granulocytes; called also granulocytopoiesis. adj., adj granulopoiet´ic.

gran·u·lo·poi·e·sis

(gran'yū-lō-poy-ē'sis),
Production of granulocytes. In adults, granulocytes are produced chiefly in the red bone marrow of flat bones.
Synonym(s): granulocytopoiesis
[granulo(cyte) + G. poiēsis, a making]

granulopoiesis

/gran·u·lo·poi·e·sis/ (-poi-e´sis) the formation of granulocytes.granulopoiet´ic

granulopoiesis

[gran′yoo͡lōpōī·ē′sis]
the production or formation of granulocytes.

gran·u·lo·poi·e·sis

(gran'yū-lō-poy-ē'sis)
Production of granulocytes. In adults, granulocytes are produced chiefly in the red bone marrow of flat bones.
Synonym(s): granulocytopoiesis.
[granulo(cyte) + G. poiēsis, a making]

granulopoiesis

the formation and development of granulocytes.

resurgence granulopoiesis
the cessation of granulopoiesis during systemic illness, followed by the release of immature granulocytes into the circulation. Seen in cats. Called also toxic bone marrow arrest.