erythron er·y·thron (ěr’ə-thrŏn’)
The total mass of circulating red blood cells, their precursors, and the tissues that produce them.
erythroneocytosis e·ryth·ro·ne·o·cy·to·sis (ĭ-rĭth’rō-nē’ō-sī-tō’sĭs) n. The presence of regenerative forms of red blood cells in the blood.
/ˌɛrɪˈθrəʊnɪəm/ noun 1. any plant of the bulbous genus Erythronium, with decoratively mottled leaves and cyclamen-like yellow, rose, purple, or white flowers: family Liliaceae See also dogtooth violet
/ɪˌrɪθrəʊˈpiːnɪə/ noun 1. the presence of decreased numbers of erythrocytes in the blood, as occurs in some forms of anaemia Also called erythrocytopenia erythropenia e·ryth·ro·pe·ni·a (ĭ-rĭth’rō-pē’nē-ə) n. A deficiency in the number of red blood cells.
erythrophagia e·ryth·ro·pha·gia (ĭ-rĭth’rō-fā’jə) n. The destruction of red blood cells by cells such as macrophages.