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Definition of -CYTE
What does -CYTE mean?
- used to form cell names and classifications for mature cells
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by Jean Tannis Dennerll, Phyllis E. Davis
The suffix-cyte means cell. A chlor/o/cyte is a green cell (in plants). Build a word meaning black cell (dark pigmented) / / white (blood) cell / / red (blood) cell / / ANSWER COLUMN STUDY WARE TM CONNECTION When you complete this.
Medical-Surgical Nursing (2014)
Concepts & Practice by Susan C. deWit, Candice K. Kumagai
The prefix normo-refers to normal; the suffix-cyte refers to cells; the suffix -chrom refers to color; and the suffix -ic means “having the quality of” or “characterized by .” Thus a normocytic, normochromic anemia is Table 17-2 Signs and Symptoms ...
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