cytophotometer

[sahy-toh-foh-tom-i-ter]
noun Cytology.
  1. an instrument for examining cells by determining the intensity or wavelengths of light transmitted through them.

Origin of cytophotometer

Related formscy·to·pho·tom·e·try, noun
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cytophotometry in Medicine

cytophotometry

[sī′tə-fō-tŏmĭ-trē]
n.
  1. The study of cells and chemical compounds within cells by means of a cytophotometer.
Related formscy′to•pho′to•metric (-tə-mĕtrĭk) adj.

cytophotometer

[sī′tō-fō-tŏmĭ-tər]
n.
  1. An instrument used to determine the identity and location of the chemical compounds within a cell by measuring the intensity of light passing through stained sections of the cytoplasm.
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