autoagglutination au·to·ag·glu·ti·na·tion (ô’tō-ə-glōōt’n-ā’shən)
The nonspecific agglutination or clumping together of cells (bacteria or erythrocytes, for example) as the result of physical-chemical factors.
The agglutination of a person’s red blood cells in his or her own serum as a consequence of specific autoantibody.
- Autoallergic hemolytic anemia
autoallergic hemolytic anemia autoallergic hemolytic anemia n. See autoimmune hemolytic anemia.
autoallergy autoallergy au·to·al·ler·gy (ô’tō-āl’ər-jē) n. An altered reactivity in which autoantibodies are produced against one’s own tissues, causing a destructive rather than a protective effect. au’to·al·ler’gic (ə-lûr’jĭk) adj.
noun the ability of some plants of a species to cross-pollinate and others to self-pollinate
Psychoanalysis, self-analysis. Chemistry, analysis by an autoanalyzer.