abjoint

\(ˈ)ab|jȯint\ verb
Etymology: ab- (I) + joint
: to form by cutting off (as a protuberance from a mother cell)
: to separate by means of a cross wall (as of certain cells and of fungous spores cut off from hyphal tips)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • abjoint — verb To separate from the hypha of a fungus by the formation of a septum See Also: abjunction …   Wiktionary

  • abjoint — ab·joint …   English syllables

  • 分节 — fēnjié (1) [segmentation]∶一种动物的躯体构造形式, 由呈直线排列的一系列相似的部分组成, 每部分为一个体节 (2) [abjoint]∶截断而成的(如从母细胞分出的)一个结节 (3) [subchapter]∶[如法规等]一章内的分节 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • abjunction — (ˈ)ab|jəŋ(k)shən noun ( s) Etymology: ab (I) + junction botany : abstriction * * * /ab jungk sheuhn/, n. Mycol. abstriction. [AB + JUNCTION] …   Useful english dictionary

  • abstrict — abzˈtrikt, abˈst , əb transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: ab (I) + Latin strictus, past participle of stringere to draw tight more at strain : abjoint …   Useful english dictionary

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