Auxilytic



promoting lysis or increasing lytic action.

auxilytic aux·i·lyt·ic (ôk’sə-lĭt’ĭk)
adj.
Increasing the effectiveness of a lysin; favoring lysis.

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    a class of substances that in minute amounts regulate or modify the growth of plants, especially root formation, bud growth, and fruit and leaf drop. noun any of various plant hormones, such as indoleacetic acid, that promote growth and control fruit and flower development. Synthetic auxins are widely used in agriculture and horticulture n. plant […]

  • Auxo

    one of the Graces worshiped at Athens. a combining form meaning “growth,” “increase,” used in the formation of compound words: auxochrome. auxo- or aux- pref. Increase: auxotroph.



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