vacuolation


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vacuolation

 [vak″u-o-la´shun]
the process of forming vacuoles; the condition of being vacuolated.

vac·u·o·la·tion

(vak'yū-ō-lā'shŭn),
1. Formation of vacuoles.
2. The condition of having vacuoles.
Synonym(s): vacuolization

vacuolation

/vac·u·o·la·tion/ (vak″u-o-la´shun) the process of forming vacuoles; the condition of being vacuolated.

vac·u·o·la·tion

(vak'yū-ō-lā'shŭn)
1. Formation of vacuoles.
2. The condition of having vacuoles.

vacuolation

the formation of a VACUOLE.

vacuolation

the process of forming vacuoles; the condition of being vacuolated.
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