Definition of Centrosomic
1. Adjective. Of or relating to a centrosome.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Centrosomic
Literary usage of Centrosomic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1905)
"Some forms a little longer than the others show two centrosomes and a flagellum, divided to a greater or less extent, proceeding from the centrosomic ..."
2. A Manual of histology by Henry Erdmann Radasch (1918)
"The changes that occur may be grouped under three heads—nuclear, centrosomic and cytoplasmic. Prophase.—The nuclear changes are quite complex. ..."
3. Electricity, the chemistry of ether: A Treatise Generalizing a Fundamental by George Adam (1904)
"... centrosome are identical; although any chromosome or nuclein molecule built up under nutritional strain is capable of assuming centrosomic properties. ..."
4. Collected Reprints, 1896-1915 by Frank Rattray Lillie (1896)
"The evidence that the sphere substance formed at the poles of the first cleavage spindle has a similar centrosomic origin is equally conclusive, ..."