abiotrophy

<biology> Premature loss of a cell or tissues ability to function. ... (06 May 1997) ...
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abiotrophy

(a″bi-ot´rә-fe) progressive loss of vitality of certain tissues or organs leading to disorders or loss of function; applied especially to degenerative hereditary diseases of late onset, such as Huntington chorea. adj., abiotroph´ic., adj.
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abiotrophy

noun a loss of vitality and a degeneration of cells and tissues not due to any apparent injury
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abiotrophy

abiotrophy, abiatrophy, abionergy The progressive loss of vitality of certain tissues or organs leading to disorders or loss of function; applied especially to degenerative hereditary diseases of late onset.
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abiotrophy

abiotrophy, abiotrophies, abiotrophic 1. The loss of vitality in or the degeneration of certain cells or tissues, as in the aging process; physical degeneration; loss of vitality. 2. Progressive loss of vitality of certain tissues or organs leading to disorders or loss of function. The longevity of the heart, for instance, may be appreciably short...
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Abiotrophy

Abiotrophy: Loss of function or degeneration for reasons unknown. For example, cerebellar abiotrophy may affect coordination while cone-rod abiotrophy may cause blindness at birth.
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abiotrophy

degeneration; loss of physical vitality or ability
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abiotrophy

Progressive loss of function of a tissue or organ.
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abiotrophy

Type: Term Pronunciation: ab-ē-ot′rō-fē Definitions: 1. An age-dependent manifestation of a genetically determined trait.
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abiotrophy

[n] - a loss of vitality and a degeneration of cells and tissues not due to any apparent injury
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