hematopoiesis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hē′mă-tō-poy-ē′sis, hem′ă- Synonyms: hemopoiesis
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hematopoiesis

[n] - the formation of blood cells in the living body (especially in the bone marrow)
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Hematopoiesis

Hematopoiesis: The production of all types of blood cells generated by a remarkable self-regulated system that is responsive to the demands put upon it. The levels of the different types of the white blood cells in the granulocyte series (the neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils) are normally maintained within preset normal ranges and prompt adj
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hematopoiesis

Synonym for haemopoiesis ... <haematology> The formation and development of blood cells involving both proliferation and differentiation from stem cells. In adult mammals usually occurs in bone marrow. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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hematopoiesis

(he″mә-to-) (hem″ә-to-poi-e´sis) the formation and development of blood cells. In the embryo and fetus it takes place in a variety of sites including the liver, spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, and bone marrow; from birth throughout the rest of life it is mainly in the bone marrow wi...
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hematopoiesis

hematopoiesis, hemopoiesis The process of making, or the formation, of blood. The production of all types of blood cells generated by a remarkable self-regulated system that is responsive to the demands put upon it.
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HEMATOPOIESIS

The production of new red blood cells.
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hematopoiesis

The formation of new blood cells.
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HEMATOPOIESIS

the production of blood cells in the bone marrow. Hematopoietic stem cells give rise to all types of red and white blood cells.
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