tetraster

tetraster

 [tet-ras´ter]
a figure in mitosis produced by quadruple division of the nucleus.
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tet·ras·ter

(tet-ras'tĕr),
A figure exceptionally and abnormally occurring in mitosis, in which there are four asters.
[tetra- +G. astēr, star]
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tetraster

(tĕt-răs′tĕr) [″ + aster, star]
A mitotic figure in which there are four asters instead of the usual two; occurring abnormally in mitosis.
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