cytotaxonomy

Definition of cytotaxonomy

cy`to`tax`on´o`my   Pronunciation: sī`tô`tăks`ǒn´ô`mŷ
n.1.(Biology) A branch of taxonomy which uses the characteristics of cellular structures, such as somatic chromosomes, to classify organisms.
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Cystotomy
Cytherean
Cytoblast
Cytoblastema
Cytococcus
Cytode
Cytogenesis
Cytogenic
Cytogenous
Cytogeny
Cytoid
Cytoplasm
cytosine
cytoskeletal
cytoskeleton
cytosol
cytostasis
cytostatic
cytostome
cytotaxis
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Cytula
CZ
czar
czarevna
czarina
Czarinian
Czarish
Czarowitz
Czech
Czechic
Czechoslovakian
Czechs
D
D valve
D-day
D-layer
Dab
Dabb
Dabber
Dabble
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