Definition of histogeny in English:

histogeny

Line breaks: hist|ogeny
Pronunciation: /hɪˈstɒdʒɪni
 
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noun

another term for histogenesis.
More example sentences
  • In turn, euconodont and paraconodont elements are more similar, in terms of histology and histogeny, than either is to protoconodont elements.
  • By virtue of their histogeny and mature properties such hypermineralized hard tissues as coronoin and acrodin are clearly distinguished from any sort of dentines.

Derivatives

histogenic

Pronunciation: /hɪstəˈdʒɛnɪk/
adjective
More example sentences
  • The histogenic phase encompasses the time during which the majority of growth and differentiation of tissues occur.
  • Hopefully, an extensive histogenic analysis of the N4 generation will be possible.
  • Consequent neural crest-mediated changes to molecular and histogenic programs of craniofacial development can then be observed.

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