pyknomorphous

pyknomorphous

 [pik″no-mor´fus]
having the stained portions of the cell body compactly arranged.
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pyk·no·mor·phous

(pik'nō-mōr'fŭs),
Denoting a cell or tissue that stains deeply because the stainable material is closely packed.
[pykno- + G. morphē, form, shape]
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pyk·no·mor·phous

, pyknomorphic (pik'nō-mōr'fŭs, -fik)
Denoting a cell or tissue that stains deeply because the stainable material is closely packed.
[pykno- + G. morphē, form, shape]
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