phytomitogen

phy·to·mi·to·gen

(fī'tō-mī'tō-jen),
A mitogenic lectin causing lymphocyte transformation accompanied by mitotic proliferation of the resulting blast cells identical to that produced by antigenic stimulation; for example, phytohemagglutinin, concanavalin A.

phy·to·mi·to·gen

(fī'tō-mī'tō-jen)
A mitogenic lectin causing lymphocyte transformation accompanied by mitotic proliferation of the resulting blast cells identical to that produced by antigenic stimulation (e.g., phytohemagglutinin, concanavalin A).