Histogeny
Histogeny \His*tog"e*ny\, n. [Gr. "isto`s tissue + root of ? to be born.] (Biol.) Same as {Histogenesis}. --Dunglison. [1913 Webster]

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  • histogeny — noun histogenesis …   Wiktionary

  • histogeny — SYN: histogenesis. * * * his·tog·e·ny (his tojґə ne) histogenesis …   Medical dictionary

  • histogeny — his·tog·e·ny …   English syllables

  • histogeny — n. = HISTOGENESIS. Derivatives: histogenic adj …   Useful english dictionary

  • Histogenesis — His to*gen e*sis, n. [Gr. isto s tissue + E. genesis.] (Biol.) (a) The formation and development of organic tissues; histogeny; the opposite of histolysis. (b) Germ history of cells, and of the tissues composed of cells. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Histogenetic — His to*ge*net ic, a. [See {Histogeny}.] (Biol.) Tissue producing; connected with the formation and development of the organic tissues. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Georges Pouchet — Charles Henri Georges Pouchet (February 26, 1833 1894) was a French naturalist and anatomist who was born in Rouen. He was the son of naturalist Félix Archimède Pouchet (1800 1872).In 1865 he became chief of anatomical works at the Museum d… …   Wikipedia

  • histogenesis — The origin of a tissue; the formation and development of the tissues of the body. SYN: histogeny. [histo + G. genesis, origin] * * * his·to·gen·e·sis .his tə jen ə səs n, pl e·ses …   Medical dictionary

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