Origin of deuto-
Words nearby deuto-
WORDS THAT USE DEUTO-
What does deuto- mean?
Examples of deuto-
One example of a scientific term that features the combining form deuto- is deutoplasm, “the reserve nutritive material, as a yolk granule, in the ovarian cytoplasm.”
The form deuto- means “secondary,” as we know. So, what about the -plasm portion of the word? It has a variety of meanings, including “tissue.” Deutoplasm literally translates to “secondary tissue.”
What are some words that use the combining form deuto- or deut-?
What are some other forms that deuto- may be commonly confused with?
How to use deuto- in a sentence
The subchloride may be directly formed, by pouring a solution of deuto-chloride of copper or iron upon silver leaf.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Beyond the discoveries of Chaussier, on the preservative properties of the deuto-chloride of mercury, the labours of MM.
No time was lost to profit by this property of the deuto-chloride of mercury, to apply it to the preservation of whole bodies.
Chaussier has latterly proposed the solution of the deuto-chloride of mercury, in distilled water.