[ploo r-uh-poht-nt] /ˌplʊər əˈpoʊt nt/
(of a cell) capable of developing into any type of cell or tissue except those that form a placenta or embryo:
pluripotent stem cells.
(biology) capable of differentiating into different types of body cell
pluripotent plu·rip·o·tent (plu-rĭp’ə-tənt) or plu·ri·po·ten·tial (plur’ĭ-pə-těn’shəl)
/ˌplʊrɪˈprɛzəns/ noun 1. (theol) presence in more than one place at the same time
/ˈplʌrɪ/ adjective 1. (Austral, slang) a euphemism for bloody (sense 6)
[pluhs] /plʌs/ preposition 1. more by the addition of; increased by: ten plus two is twelve. 2. with the addition of; with: He had wealth plus fame. adjective 3. involving or noting addition. 4. positive: a plus quantity. 5. more (by a certain amount). 6. Electricity. pertaining to or characterized by positive electricity: the plus […]
- Plus cyclophoria
plus cyclophoria n. See excyclophoria.