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Histiocyte

ˈhɪstɪə(ʊ)sʌɪt

Meanings of Histiocyte:

noun

A stationary phagocytic cell present in connective tissue.

Usage examples:

Occasional plasma cells, histiocytes, and eosinophils were also present.

Meanings of Histiocytic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of a histiocyte (macrophage).

Meanings of Histioid:

adjective

= histoid .

Meanings of Histiology:

noun

Histology.

Meanings of Histoblast:

noun

An imaginal disc or other group of undifferentiated cells in a larva, (in later use) specifically one involved in the formation of the adult abdomen.

Histochemical

ˌhɪstə(ʊ)ˈkɛmɪkl

Meanings of Histochemical:

adjective

Concerning the identification and distribution of the chemical constituents of tissues by means of stains, indicators, and microscopy.

Usage examples:

Histochemical analysis of tumour cells

Meanings of Histochemistry:

noun

The branch of science concerned with the identification and distribution of the chemical constituents of tissues by means of stains, indicators, and microscopy.

Usage examples:

This paper deals with the morphology, anatomy, histochemistry and biochemistry of the glandular hai…

Meanings of Histocompatibility:

noun

Compatibility between the tissues of different individuals, so that one accepts a graft from the other without giving an immune reaction.

Usage examples:

Additionally, the grafts also contain minor histocompatibility antigens, which will elicit a rather…

Meanings of Histogenesis:

noun

The differentiation of cells into specialized tissues and organs during growth.

Usage examples:

The histogenesis of small cell carcinoma of ovary is unknown.

Meanings of Histogenetically:

adverb

As regards histogenesis.

Meanings of Histogenous:

adjective

Produced by or originating in tissues; resulting from the formation of tissue.

Histogeny

hɪˈstɒdʒɪni

Meanings of Histogeny:

noun

Another term for histogenesis.

Histogram

ˈhɪs.tə.ɡræm

Meanings of Histogram:

noun

A diagram consisting of rectangles whose area is proportional to the frequency of a variable and whose width is equal to the class interval.

Usage examples:

The standard procedure for generating a histogram is graphs histogram and then selecting the releva…

A type of graph (= drawing) that shows how many items fall within each group

Histograms

ˈhɪs.tə.ɡræm

Meanings of Histograms:

noun

A diagram consisting of rectangles whose area is proportional to the frequency of a variable and whose width is equal to the class interval.

Usage examples:

The standard procedure for generating a histogram is graphs histogram and then selecting the releva…

A type of graph (= drawing) that shows how many items fall within each group

Meanings of Histographer:

noun

A writer of history; = "historiographer".

Meanings of Histographic:

adjective

Of or relating to histography; histological; utilizing histology or histopathology.

Meanings of Histographical:

adjective

= histographic .

Meanings of Histographies:

noun

Descriptive histology.

Histography

hɪˈstɒɡ.rə.fi

Meanings of Histography:

noun

Descriptive histology.

Meanings of Histoid:

adjective

Resembling (that of) tissue, especially loose connective tissue. in later use also: = histiocytoid .

Histologic

ˌhɪs.təˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Histologic:

adjective

Relating to the study of the structure of cells and tissue seen under a microscope (= a device for looking at very small objects)

Usage examples:

A histological section refers to a thin slice of tissue that is viewed under a microscope.

Meanings of Histological:

adjective

Relating to the study of the structure of cells and tissue seen under a microscope (= a device for looking at very small objects)

Usage examples:

A histological section refers to a thin slice of tissue that is viewed under a microscope.

Histologically

ˌhɪs.təˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kə.li

Meanings of Histologically:

adverb

As regards or by means of histology.

Histology

hɪˈstɒl.ə.dʒi

Meanings of Histology:

noun

The study of the microscopic structure of tissues.

Usage examples:

The edge of a lesion should be biopsied and tissue submitted for histology and culture.

Histolysis

hɪˈstɒlɪsɪs

Meanings of Histolysis:

noun

The breaking down of tissues (e.g. during animal metamorphosis).

Usage examples:

The early stages of metamorphosis are characterized by programmed cell death and histolysis of most…

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