homolysin ho·mol·y·sin (hō-mŏl’ĭ-sĭn)
A sensitizing, hemolytic antibody formed as the result of stimulation by an antigen derived from an animal of the same species.
/hɒˈmɒlɪsɪs/ noun 1. the dissociation of a molecule into two neutral fragments Also called homolytic fission Compare heterolysis (sense 2) homolysis ho·mol·y·sis (hō-mŏl’ĭ-sĭs) n.
[hoh-muh-mawr-fik, hom-uh-] /ˌhoʊ məˈmɔr fɪk, ˌhɒm ə-/ adjective, Mathematics. 1. pertaining to two sets that are related by a homomorphism. homomorphic ho·mo·mor·phic (hō’mə-môr’fĭk, hŏm’ə-) adj.
[hoh-muh-mawr-fiz-uh m, hom-uh-] /ˌhoʊ məˈmɔr fɪz əm, ˌhɒm ə-/ noun 1. Biology. correspondence in form or external appearance but not in type of structure or origin. 2. Botany. possession of perfect flowers of only one kind. 3. Zoology. resemblance between the young and the adult. 4. Mathematics. an into map between two sets that preserves […]
homonomous ho·mon·o·mous (hō-mŏn’ə-məs, hə-) adj. Relating to parts having similar form and structure, and arranged in a series, such as fingers and toes.