chondriosome

noun
chon·drio·some | \ˈkän-drē-ə-ˌsōm \

Definition of chondriosome 

First Known Use of chondriosome

1910, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chondriosome

borrowed from German Chondriosom, from Greek chóndrion "granule" (diminutive of chóndros "grain, seed") + -o- -o- + -som -some entry 3 — more at chondro-

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chondriosome

noun
chon·drio·some | \ˈkän-drē-ə-ˌsōm \

Medical Definition of chondriosome 

Other Words from chondriosome

chondriosomal \ˌkän-drē-ə-ˈsōm-əl \ adjective

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