basoerythrocyte ba·so·e·ryth·ro·cyte (bā’sō-ĭ-rĭth’rə-sīt’, -zō-)
A red blood cell that shows stippling associated with basic staining granules, representing a condition such as severe anemia, leukemia, or lead poisoning.
basoerythrocytosis basoerythrocytosis ba·so·e·ryth·ro·cy·to·sis (bā’sō-ĭ-rĭth’rə-sī-tō’sĭs, bā’zō-) n. An increase of red blood cells that show stippling resulting from the presence of basic staining granules and frequently observed in diseases characterized by prolonged hypochromic anemia.
basolateral basolateral ba·so·lat·er·al (bā’sə-lāt’ər-əl, -zə-) adj. Variant of basilateral.
a basin. Historical Examples The pantler, without making any oral answer, presented him with the sponge, and held the bason of water in the manner directed. Hildebrand Anonymous Then set the bason in a saucepan of water, the top of which will just fit it, or on a hot hearth, and stir it till it […]
Biology. a basophilic cell, tissue, organism, or substance. Anatomy. a white blood cell having a two-lobed nucleus and basophilic granules in its cytoplasm. Biology, basophilic. Historical Examples In the young granules there is prominent a basophil portion that becomes less and less marked as the cell grows older. Histology of the Blood Paul Ehrlich He […]