[ih-rith-rahyt, er-uh-thrahyt] /ɪˈrɪθ raɪt, ˈɛr əˌθraɪt/
a mineral, hydrous cobalt arsenate, Co 3 As 2 O 8 ⋅8H 2 O, occurring as a powdery, usually red incrustation on cobalt minerals; cobalt bloom.
Also called cobalt bloom. a pink to purple secondary mineral consisting of hydrated cobalt arsenate in monoclinic crystalline form. Formula: Co3(AsO4)2.8H2O
another name for erythritol
[ih-rith-ri-tawl, -tol] /ɪˈrɪθ rɪˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology. 1. a white, crystalline, water-soluble, sweet-tasting, tetrahydroxyl compound, C 4 H 10 O 4 , related to the carbohydrates, obtained from certain lichens and used for coronary vasodilation and in the treatment of hypertension. /ɪˈrɪθrɪˌtɒl/ noun 1. a sweet crystalline compound extracted from certain algae and lichens […]
1. a combining form meaning “red,” used in the formation of compound words: erythrocyte. combining form 1. red: erythrocyte before vowels, erythr-, word-forming element meaning “red,” from Greek erythro-, comb. form of erythros “red” (in Homer, also the color of copper and gold); see red (1). erythro- or erythr- pref.
[ih-rith-ruh-blast] /ɪˈrɪθ rəˌblæst/ noun, Anatomy. 1. a nucleated cell in the bone marrow from which red blood cells develop. /ɪˈrɪθrəʊˌblæst/ noun 1. a nucleated cell in bone marrow that develops into an erythrocyte erythroblast e·ryth·ro·blast (ĭ-rĭth’rə-blāst’) n. Any of the nucleated cells normally found in bone marrow that develop into red blood cells. e·ryth’ro·blast’ic adj.
erythroblastemia e·ryth·ro·blas·te·mi·a (ĭ-rĭth’rō-blā-stē’mē-ə) n. The presence of an abnormal number of erythroblasts in the blood.