premeiotic

adjective
pre·mei·ot·ic | \ˌprē-mī-ˈä-tik \
variants: or less commonly pre-meiotic

Definition of premeiotic 

: of, occurring in, or typical of a stage prior to meiosis premeiotic DNA synthesis premeiotic tissue

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1905, in the meaning defined above

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premeiotic

adjective
pre·mei·ot·ic | \-mī-ˈät-ik \

Medical Definition of premeiotic 

: of, occurring in, or typical of a stage prior to meiosis premeiotic DNA synthesis premeiotic tissue

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