allelotaxis

allelotaxis

 [ah-le″lo-tak´sis]
development of an organ from several embryonic structures.
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al·le·lo·tax·is

, allelotaxy (ă-lēl-ō-taks'is, -taks'ē),
Development of an organ from a number of embryonal structures or tissues.
[G. allēlōn, reciprocally, + taxis, an arranging]
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al·le·lo·tax·is

, allelotaxy (ă-lē'lō-taks'is, -taks'ē)
Development of an organ from a number of embryonal structures or tissues.
[G. allēlōn, reciprocally, + taxis, an arranging]
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