Definition of Physiophyly

1. n. The tribal history of the functions, or the history of the paleontological development of vital activities, -- being a branch of phylogeny. See Morphophyly.



Medical Definition of Physiophyly

1. The tribal history of the functions, or the history of the paleontological development of vital activities, being a branch of phylogeny. See Morphophyly. Origin: Gr. Nature + a clan. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiophyly

physiologists
physiologize
physiologized
physiologizes
physiologizing
physiology
physiome
physiomechanical
physiomedical
physiopathologic
physiopathological
physiopathologically
physiopathologist
physiopathology
physiophilosophy
physiophyly (current term)
physiopsychic
physiopyrexia
physios
physiosemeiosis
physiosophy
physiotherapeutic
physiotherapies
physiotherapist
physiotherapists
physiotherapy
physiotope
physiotopes
physique
physiqued

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