myeloplast my·e·lo·plast (mī’ə-lə-plāst’)
Any of the various cells that occur in the bone marrow and that form white blood cells, especially those cells in an early stage of development.
myelopoiesis my·e·lo·poi·e·sis (mī’ə-lō-poi-ē’sĭs) n. The formation of bone marrow or of blood cells derived from bone marrow. my’e·lo·poi·et’ic (-ět’ĭk) adj.
myeloproliferative my·e·lo·pro·lif·er·a·tive (mī’ə-lō-prə-lĭf’ə-rā’tĭv) adj. Relating to or characterized by unusual proliferation of myelopoietic tissue.
- Myeloproliferative syndrome
myeloproliferative syndrome n. Any of a group of conditions resulting from a disorder in the rate of formation of cells of the bone marrow and including chronic granulocytic leukemia, erythremia, myelofibrosis, panmyelosis, and erythroleukemia.
[mahy-koh-suh-sid-ee-uh m] /ˌmaɪ koʊ səˈsɪd i əm/ noun, Mycology. 1. a gall caused by a parasitic fungus.