[sid-er-uh-krohm] /ˈsɪd ər əˌkroʊm/
any of various chemical compounds functioning in the transport of iron in bacteria.
noun, Anatomy. 1. an erythrocyte that contains iron in forms other than hematin. siderocyte sid·er·o·cyte (sĭd’ər-ə-sīt’) n. A red blood cell containing granules of iron that are not part of the cell’s hemoglobin.
sideroderma sid·er·o·der·ma (sĭd’ə-rō-dûr’mə) n. A brownish discoloration of the skin on the legs caused by hemosiderin deposits.
noun a passion for railroads, trains Word Origin Greek sideros ‘iron’ + dromos ‘running’
noun a fear of railroads, trains Word Origin Greek sideros ‘iron’ + dromos ‘running’