Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as cytalogic.

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  • adjective Of, or relating to cytology or cytologists.

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  • adjective of or relating to the science of cytology

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Examples

  • In a yet smaller fraction of patients, these atypical cells began to show the characteristic cytological changes of cancer, with bloated, abnormal nuclei often caught dividing furiously.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • In a yet smaller fraction of patients, these atypical cells began to show the characteristic cytological changes of cancer, with bloated, abnormal nuclei often caught dividing furiously.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • In a yet smaller fraction of patients, these atypical cells began to show the characteristic cytological changes of cancer, with bloated, abnormal nuclei often caught dividing furiously.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Naomi Feinbrun was selected to teach this subject, having specialized in cytological work with Hannan Oppenheimer (1905 – 1978), who was engaged in physiological botany in Rehovot.

    Naomi Feinbrun-Dothan.

  • Meanwhile, cytological work had also added credence to the materiality of genes-on-chromosomes.

    Gene

  • The cytological level thus constituted an “autonomous level of biological explanation” (Kitcher 1984, 371).

    Molecular Biology

  • “Relations among fields: Mendelian, cytological and molecular mechanisms.”

    Gene

  • These mechanisms were found to have different working entities of different sizes, and required molecular techniques rather than Mendelian/cytological ones to find them.

    Molecular Biology

  • While classical genetics offered an account of gene transmission and could also rely on cytological explanations, these accounts did not yield a complete explanation of how and why recombination occurs.

    Reductionism in Biology

  • The uniformity of pair-separation processes is evident at the cytological level, but is lost in the gory details at the molecular level where the process

    Molecular Genetics

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