[gran-yuh-lahyt] /ˈgræn yəˌlaɪt/
a metamorphic rock composed of granular minerals of uniform size, as quartz, feldspar, or pyroxene, and showing a definite banding.
a granular foliated metamorphic rock in which the minerals form a mosaic of equal-sized granules
A fine-grained metamorphic rock consisting of similarly sized, interlocking minerals. Unlike most metamorphic rocks, granulites do not exhibit foliation or textural or mineralogical layering.
granulo- or granul- pref. Granule; granular: granulocyte.
[gran-yuh-loh-blast] /ˈgræn yə loʊˌblæst/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. an immature granulocyte.
[gran-yuh-loh-sahyt] /ˈgræn yə loʊˌsaɪt/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. a circulating white blood cell having prominent in the cytoplasm and a nucleus of two or more lobes. /ˈɡrænjʊləˌsaɪt/ noun 1. any of a group of phagocytic leucocytes having cytoplasmic granules that take up various dyes See also eosinophil, neutrophil (sense 1), basophil (sense 2) granulocyte gran·u·lo·cyte […]
- Granulocytic leukemia
granulocytic leukemia n. Leukemia characterized by proliferation of myeloid tissue in areas such as bone marrow and the spleen and by the abnormal increase of granulocytes, myelocytes, and myeloblasts in tissues and in blood. Also called myelocytic leukemia, myelogenous leukemia, myeloid leukemia.