Medical Dictionary


noun me·so·some
\ˈmez-ə-ˌsōm, ˈmēz-, ˈmēs-, ˈmes-\

Definition of MESOSOME

:  an organelle of bacteria that appears in electron micrographs as an invagination of the plasma membrane and is a site of localization of respiratory enzymes
March 29, 2015
discomfit Hear it
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