Non-clastic



[klas-tik] /ˈklæs tɪk/

adjective
1.
Biology. breaking up into fragments or separate portions; dividing into parts.
2.
pertaining to an anatomical model made up of detachable pieces.
3.
Geology. noting or pertaining to rock or rocks composed of fragments or particles of older rocks or previously existing solid matter; fragmental.
/ˈklæstɪk/
adjective
1.
(of sedimentary rock, etc) composed of fragments of pre-existing rock that have been transported some distance from their points of origin
2.
(biology) dividing into parts: a clastic cell
3.
able to be dismantled for study or observation: a clastic model of the brain
adj.

“consisting of broken pieces,” 1875, in geology, from Latinized form of Greek klastos “broken in pieces,” from klan, klaein “to break,” from PIE *kla-, variant of root *kel- “to strike.”

clastic clas·tic (klās’tĭk)
adj.

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