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Definition of Mitotically
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Literary usage of Mitotically
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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1907)
"... degenerate portion being cast out soon after the molt, carrying with it a part of the nuclei which are replaced mitotically from those which persist. ..."
2. The Journal of Medical Research (1901)
"Around these remnants of the clot were collections of epithelioid cells, some of which had taken up blood pigment, others proliferated mitotically. ..."
3. An Introduction to the Study of the Comparative Anatomy of Animals by Gilbert Charles Bourne (1900)
"The nucleus of each divides mitotically, and division of the nuclei is followed by the division of each primary cyst into two secondary cysts. ..."
4. Manual of Microbiologic Monitoring of Laboratory Animals edited by Kim Waggie (1994)
"... C.freundii is the only aerobic bacterium in the large bowel. In response to changes in the surface mucosa, crypt base cells become mitotically active. ..."
5. Digestive by William Henry Atwood, Mary A. Bowers, George Lyman Cannon, J. Chaffajon, Ralph Vary Chamberlin, Franklin Dexter, William F. Hendrickson, Carl Kupffer, Jacob Ludwinowski, Paul Mathes, Francesco Saverio Monticelli, C. Poelman, Georg Ruge, Erwin Schmidt, (1880)
"23 and 24), and in the distal border a mitotically dividing cell (Fig. ... This stage is characterized by many mitotically dividing cells in the distal zone ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"Cell-divisions take place mitotically, and in many cases the early cleavage is perfectly normal, although a great variety of abnormal cleavages also occur. ..."
7. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1907)
"Sometimes, at least, the tapetal nuclei divide mitotically, for spindles were seen; and there are often two nuclei to a cell. The tapetum remains a distinct ..."
8. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1903)
"... hens the blastomeres do not have a cellular character, since all but a few lack nuclei, and when nuclei are present they do not divide mitotically. ..."