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Definition of -Trophic
What does -Trophic mean?
- Used to form adjectives corresponding to nouns ending in -trophy
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The Nosology, A︠e︡tiology, Statistics, Description, Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment of Insanity, with an Appendix of Cases by Sir John Charles Bucknill, Daniel Hack Tuke
The hypertrophic and atrophic conditions of nutrition are well defined, if not yet well investigated, but the caco-trophic is a wide field of inquiry, in which ground has hardly yet been broken. Sclerosis of the brain and of the spinal column is ...
On Any Given Day (2000)
by Joe Martin, Ross Yockey
A-myo-trophic means no-muscle-nourishment. Then there are the upper motor neurons, which transmit the brain's "move it now" message over the fast half of the nerve circuit, from the brain to the spinal cord, specifically to the lateral (side) part ...
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