trophoneurotic anemia n.
Anemia believed to be the result of a profound nervous shock.
- Trophoneurotic leprosy
trophoneurotic leprosy n. See anesthetic leprosy.
noun 1. (biology) the cytoplasm that is involved in the nutritive processes of a cell
trophoplast tro·pho·plast (trō’fə-plāst’) n. See plastid.
noun, Zoology. 1. an organ in deep-sea tube worms that is colonized by bacteria supplying the host worm with food and energy. 2. a similar organ in other marine worms.
trophotropism tro·phot·ro·pism (trō-fŏt’rə-pĭz’əm) n. Movement of living cells toward or away from nutritive material. Also called trophotaxis. tro’pho·trop’ic (trō’fə-trŏp’ĭk) adj.