neoformation

(from the article `clay mineral`) In nature both mineral formation mechanisms, neoformation and transformation, are induced by weathering and hydrothermal and diagenetic actions.
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neoformation

1. Formation of neoplasia, or a neoplasm. ... 2. Sometimes used to indicate the process of regeneration, or a regenerated tissue or part. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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neoformation

Type: Term Pronunciation: nē′ō-fōr-mā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Formation of neoplasia, or a neoplasm. 2. Sometimes used to indicate the process of regeneration, or a regenerated tissue or part.
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