merotomy me·rot·o·my (mə-rŏt’ə-mē)
Division into parts, especially of a cell.
[mer-uh-vin-jee-uh n, -juh n] /ˌmɛr əˈvɪn dʒi ən, -dʒən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Frankish dynasty established by Clovis, which reigned in Gaul and Germany from a.d. 476 to 751. noun 2. a member or supporter of the Merovingian dynasty. /ˌmɛrəʊˈvɪndʒɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to a Frankish dynasty founded by Clovis […]
a plain in the north of Palestine, the inhabitants of which were severely condemned because they came not to help Barak against Sisera (Judg. 5:23: comp. 21:8-10; 1 Sam. 11:7). It has been identified with Marassus, on a knoll to the north of Wady Jalud, but nothing certainly is known of it. Like Chorazin, it […]
[mer-uh-zoh-ahyt] /ˌmɛr əˈzoʊ aɪt/ noun 1. (in the asexual reproduction of certain sporozoans) a cell developed from a schizont that parasitizes a red blood cell in the host. /ˌmɛrəʊˈzəʊaɪt/ noun 1. any of the cells formed by fission of a schizont during the life cycle of sporozoan protozoans, such as the malaria parasite Compare trophozoite […]
merozygote mer·o·zy·gote (měr’ə-zī’gōt’) n. An incomplete bacterial zygote containing only a fragment of the genome from one of its parent cells.