endomitosis etymology

English word endomitosis comes from English endo-, English mitosis

Detailed word origin of endomitosis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
endo- English (eng)
mitosis English (eng) (cytology) The division of a cell nucleus in which the genome is copied and separated into two identical halves. It is normally followed by cell division.
endomitosis English (eng) A type of cell cycle variation where mitosis is initiated, but some of the processes of mitosis are not completed. This will give rise to either a mononucleated or binucleated polyploid cell. Not to be confused with endoreplication.

Words with the same origin as endomitosis

Descendants of endo-
endarterial endoaperture endobifunctor endobiliary endocutter endocycle endocyclic endodontia endodormancy endogamous endogen endoglycolysis endolytic endoparasitic endophloedal endopolyploidy endosaccular endoscope endoskeletal endoskeleton endosseous endosymbiosis endotoxic endovenous
Descendants of mitosis
mitogen mitose