[kaw-ree-mee-uh m, koh-, kuh-] /kɔˈri mi əm, koʊ-, kə-/
noun, plural coremia
[kaw-ree–mee-uh, koh-, kuh-] /kɔˈri mi ə, koʊ-, kə-/ (Show IPA). Mycology.
the fruiting bodies of certain fungi, consisting of a loosely bound bundle of conidiophores.
[kawr-ee-op-sis, kohr-] /ˌkɔr iˈɒp sɪs, ˌkoʊr-/ noun 1. any composite plant of the genus Coreopsis, including familiar garden species having yellow, brownish, or yellow-and-red ray flowers. /ˌkɒrɪˈɒpsɪs/ noun 1. any plant of the genus Coreopsis, of America and tropical Africa, cultivated for their yellow, brown, or yellow-and-red daisy-like flowers: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called calliopsis […]
coreoplasty cor·e·o·plas·ty (kôr’ē-ə-plās’tē) n. Plastic surgery to correct a deformed or occluded pupil. Also called coroplasty.
corepraxy cor·e·prax·y (kôr’ə-prāk’sē) n. An operation to centralize a pupil that is abnormally situated. Also called corepexy.
[koh-ri-pres-er] /ˌkoʊ rɪˈprɛs ər/ noun, Genetics. 1. a molecule that is capable of combining with a specific molecule and activating it, thereby blocking gene transcription. corepressor co·re·pres·sor (kō’rĭ-prěs’ər) n. A substance that combines with and activates a genetic repressor, thus preventing gene transcription and inhibiting protein synthesis.