erythrogranulose etymology

English word erythrogranulose comes from English erythro-, English granulose

Detailed word origin of erythrogranulose

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
erythro- English (eng) Used to form scientific terms meaning red, or showing a relationship to red blood cells.
granulose English (eng) Granular (biochemistry) The main constituent of the starch grain or granule, in distinction from the framework of cellulose. It is coloured blue by iodine, and is converted into dextrin and sugar by boiling acids and amylolytic ferments.
erythrogranulose English (eng) (organic compound) A substance present in small amount in starch granules, coloured red by iodine.

Words with the same origin as erythrogranulose

Descendants of erythro-
azaerythromycin erythrapheresis erythrismal erythroagglutinin erythroblast erythroblastopenia erythroblastosis erythrodegenerative erythrofuranose erythrogenic erythroid erythroid aplasia erythroleukemia erythrolytic erythromycin erythromyeloid erythrophagocytosis erythropheresis erythrophobia erythrophyll erythropsia erythruria oxoerythromycin proerythroblast