Definition of Prophases

1. Noun. The actual reasons for going to war. These may differ from proschemata, the pretexts offered to the public. ¹



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Definition of Prophases

1. prophase [n] - See also: prophase

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prophases

property rights
property settlement
property tax
propertyless
propfan
propfans
prophage
prophages
prophalloin
prophane
prophanely
prophaneness
prophanities
prophanity
prophase
prophases (current term)
prophasic
prophasis
prophecies
prophecise
prophecised
prophecises
prophecising
prophecize
prophecized
prophecizes
prophecizing
prophecy
prophenoloxidase
prophenoloxidases

Literary usage of Prophases

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1. The Cell in Development and Inheritance by Edmund Beecher Wilson (1897)
"Diagrams showing the prophases of mitosis. ... CD Two different types of later prophases; C. Disappearance of the primary spindle, divergence ot ..."

2. A Text-book of Histology: Including Microscopic Technic by Alexander A. Böhm, M. von Davidoff (1904)
"(a) prophases.—The changes occurring in the nucleus will be considered first. At the beginning of the process of mitosis, the chromatin network, ..."

3. The Cell in Development and Inheritance by Edmund Beecher Wilson (1896)
""Thus we are justified," said Van Beneden, " in regarding the attraction-sphere with its central ' D Fig. 21. — The prophases in cells (spermatogonia and ..."

4. The Breeding of Animals by Frederick Blackmar Mumford (1917)
"Diagram showing typical prophases in cell division. A, Vegetative or resting stage showing nucleus. ..."

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