microblast

microblast

 [mi´kro-blast]
an erythroblast of 5 μm or less in diameter.

mi·cro·blast

(mī'krō-blast),
A small, nucleated, red blood cell.
[micro- + G. blastos, sprout, germ]

microblast

/mi·cro·blast/ (mi´kro-blast) an erythroblast of 5 microns or less in diameter.

microblast

[mī′krōblast′]
Etymology: Gk, mikros, small, blastos, germ
a very small immature red blood cell. This term is not in common usage.

mi·cro·blast

(mī'krō-blast)
A small, nucleated red blood cell.
[micro- + G. blastos, sprout, germ]

microblast

an erythroblast of 5 μm or less in diameter.
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