emetogenic

<pharmacology> Induces vomiting. ... Origin: Gr. Gennan = to produce ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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emetogenic

(em″ә-to-jen┬┤ik) emetic (def. 1).
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emetogenic

Describes a substance that causes vomiting. Also called emetic.
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emetogenic

emetogenic, emetogenicity Having the capacity to induce emesis (vomiting), a common property of anticancer agents, narcotics, and amorphine.
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emetogenic

Type: Term Pronunciation: em′ĕ-tō-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Having the capacity to induce emesis (vomiting), a common property of anticancer agents, narcotics, and amorphine.
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