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amebocyte

or a·moe·bo·cyte

[ uh-mee-buh-sahyt ]
/ əˈmi bəˌsaɪt /
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noun Zoology.

a migratory, ameboid cell found in many invertebrates that functions in excretion, assimilation, etc.

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Origin of amebocyte

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Medical definitions for amebocyte

amebocyte

n.

An ameboid cell, such as a white blood cell.
A blood cell in an in vitro tissue culture.
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