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mon·o·phy·le·tism

(mon'ō-fī'lĕ-tizm),
In hematology, the theory that all blood cells are derived from one common stem cell or pluripotential hemopoietic stem cell.
Synonym(s): monophyletic theory
[mono- + G. phylē, tribe]
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monophyletism

(mŏn″ō-fī′lĕ-tĭzm)
The hypothesis that all blood cells are derived from a single stem cell.
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A monophyletic theory for Bactrocera was proposed by Drew (1989) based on 5 morphological characters.