adjective ho·moio·genetic \hō¦mȯiō+\

Definition of homoiogenetic

  1. :  having the ability to induce the formation of a similar part when grafted into an undetermined field the homoiogenetic inducing of a new neural tube by a neural tube graft —used of a determined part of an embryo

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Origin and Etymology of homoiogenetic

home- + genetic

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a brief usually trivial fact

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