Histogeny

His·tog'e·ny noun [ Greek 'isto`s tissue + root of ... to be born.] (Biol.) Same as Histogenesis . Dunglison.
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Histogeny

• (n.) Same as Histogenesis.
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histogeny

histogenesis, histogeny 1. The development of the special characters of the tissue of an embryo or of the developing organ of an adult. 2. The creation and development of tissues arising from undifferentiated embryonic cells. Histogenesis involves the formation of multinucleate fibers and striations of muscle and of collagen and fibroblasts in th...
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histogeny

Type: Term Pronunciation: his-toj′ĕ-nē Synonyms: histogenesis
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