1933 (in ascorbic acid), from a- (2) + scorb(ut)ic “of scurvy” (from medieval latin scorbuticus “scurvy”); originally in reference to vitamin c, which is an anti-scorbutic. the latin word is perhaps of german or dutch origin.
a formed within an ascus. noun one of the spores (usually eight in number) that are produced in an ascus ascospore (ās’kə-spôr’) a s-xually produced fungal spore formed within an ascus of ascomycetes. ascospores have a haploid number of chromosomes and are formed by meiosis of the diploid zygote that results when the nuclei of […]
ascp american society of clinical pathologists
ascpt american society for clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
to credit or -ssign, as to a cause or source; attribute; impute: the alphabet is usually ascribed to the phoenicians. to attribute or think of as belonging, as a quality or characteristic: they ascribed courage to me for something i did out of sheer panic. historical examples for these reasons the amount of illness traceable […]
- Ascribed status
the social position -ssigned to a person on the basis of kinship, ethnic group, s-x, etc. historical examples social status on this frontier depended more upon achieved status than ascribed status. the fair play settlers of the west branch valley, 1769-1784 george d. wolf