Anisocytosis



anisocytosis

anisocytosis an·i·so·cy·to·sis (ān-ī’sō-sī-tō’sĭs)
n.
Considerable variation in the size of cells that are normally uniform, especially such a variation in red blood cells.

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  • Anisodactyl

    Zoology. having the toes unlike, or unequal in number. Ornithology. having three toes directed forward and one backward. adjective (of the feet of passerine birds) having the first toe directed backwards and the other three toes directed forwards noun a bird having this type of feet

  • Anisodactyly

    anisodactyly anisodactyly an·i·so·dac·ty·ly (ān-ī’sō-dāk’tə-lē) n. Unequal length in corresponding fingers. an·i’so·dac’ty·lous (-tə-ləs) adj.



  • Anisodactylous

    Zoology. having the toes unlike, or unequal in number. Ornithology. having three toes directed forward and one backward.

  • Anisogamete

    either of a pair of unlike , usually differing in size.



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