adjective mito·cla·sic
variants: or



Definition of mitoclasic

  1. :  interrupting the normal course of mitosis mitoclasic chemicals

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Origin and Etymology of mitoclasic

mitoclasic from French mitoclasique, from mito- mit- + -clasique (from Greek klasis act of breaking + French -ique -ic); mitoclastic, probably modification (influenced by English -clastic) of French mitoclasique — more at -clasia

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