Definition of Epigeneses

1. Noun. (plural of epigenesis) ¹



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Definition of Epigeneses

1. epigenesis [n] - See also: epigenesis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epigeneses

epigastric fold
epigastric fossa
epigastric hernia
epigastric reflex
epigastric region
epigastric vein
epigastric veins
epigastric voice
epigastrium
epigastrius
epigastrocele
epigeal
epigean
epigeic
epigene
epigeneses (current term)
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epigenesist
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epigenetic change
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epigenist
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epigenome
epigenomes
epigenomic
epigenomics

Literary usage of Epigeneses

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1. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1848)
"In the fourth chapter, ON THE GENERAL RELATIONS OF PATHOLOGICAL epigeneses, the author gives a general view of the leading characters of those processes and ..."

2. Charleston Medical Journal and Review (1848)
"epigeneses, new formations, or 2. as disintegration of tissue. ... epigeneses are the most numerous class. Besides local diseases, almost ..."

3. The Atlantis by Dublin University College (1862)
"The carcinomatous structures are, in the language of Vogel, distinguished from the slightly organised epigeneses by a higher degree of organization, ..."

4. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1847)
"If this be granted, and it is a position which no philosophic anatomist would be inclined to doubt, it follows that, in the first class of epigeneses, ..."

5. A Manual of the Practice of Medicine by George Hilaro Barlow, David Francis Condie (1856)
"The period which elapses between the deposition and the softening of these deposits, or epigeneses, is very different in individual cases ; it may vary from ..."

6. The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine (1847)
"The study of malignant epigeneses or ... for the history of these malignant epigeneses, and particularly of tubercular disease, indicates that they are ..."

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