acidophil

(ә-sid┬┤o-fil″) a structure, cell, or other histologic element staining readily with acid dyes. one of the hormone-producing acidophilic cells of the adenohypophysis; types include corticotrophs, lactotrophs, lipotrophs, and somatotrophs. Called also alpha cell. an organism that grows we...
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acidophil

1. One of the acid-staining cells of the anterior pituitary. ... 2. A microorganism that grows well in a highly acid media. ... Synonym: acidophilic. ... Origin: acid + G. Philos, fond ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acidophil

acidophile noun an organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment
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acidophil

acidophil, acidophile 1. An organism that grows well in a highly acid media. 2. A cell that stains readily with acidic dyes.
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acidophil

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-sid′ō-fil, ă-sid′ō-fīl Definitions: 1. A structure, cell, or other histologic element staining readily with acidic dyes. 2. One of the acid-staining cells of the anterior pituitary. 3. A microorganism that grows well in a highly acidic medium.
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acidophil

[n] - an organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment
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