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cyclosis

noun cy·clo·sis \sī-ˈklō-səs\

Definition of CYCLOSIS

:  the streaming of protoplasm within a cell

Origin of CYCLOSIS

New Latin, from Greek kyklōsis encirclement, from kykloun to go around
First Known Use: 1835

cyclosis

noun cy·clo·sis \sī-ˈklō-səs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural cy·clo·ses \-ˌsēz\

Medical Definition of CYCLOSIS

:  the streaming of protoplasm within a cell

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