Medical Dictionary

potency

noun po·ten·cy \ˈpōt-ən-sē\
plural po·ten·cies

Definition of POTENCY

:  the quality or state of being potent: as a :  chemical or medicinal strength or efficacy <a drug's potency> b :  the ability to copulate—usually used of the male c :  initial inherent capacity for development of a particular kind <cells with a potency for eye formation>
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