American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The branch of biology that deals with the formation, structure, and function of cells.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The study of the structure and functions of the cells of animals and plants; especially, the study of the cells of the human body, and of the significance of changes in their form and location in disease.
- n. the branch of biology that studies the structure and function of cells
- cyto- (“cell”) + -logy (Wiktionary)
“If cytology is positive or a plaque is regarded as suspicious, a biopsy is needed to confirm a diagnosis of mesothelioma A doctor removes a sample of tissue for examination under a microscope by a pathologist.”
“They include toxicology, cytology (the study of the structure and function of the cell) and clinical embryology (IVF research).”
“The cytology was always obscure, of course, and the diagnosis was complicated by the pneumonia.”
“When she returned to Palestine she began teaching genetics and cytology.”
“In the 1930s she emigrated to Italy, where she graduated in cytology of the nervous system.”
“In her early research in systematic cytology Goldschmidt was especially interested in adaptations to harsh conditions, such as extreme salinity.”
“The study of cells was transformed from descriptive cytology into molecular cell biology (Alberts et al. 1983; Alberts et al. 2002; Bechtel 2006).”
“That the linked amino acid components alone are insufficient causally, even if they are sufficient constitutionally, allows for a more explicit appreciation of the significance of temporality, especially because the relations of interest concern molecular biological phenomena (as opposed to appeals to higher levels of organization from cytology or anatomy).”
“Examples of fields are genetics, biochemistry and cytology.”
“And there are a number of studies out there right now trying to compare if chest x-rays provide as much information as these CT scans, bronchoscopy, sputum cytology, and even little tests involving needle biopsies to fin out if we can locate these cancers early and extend those patients 'lives.”
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