Origin of dextro
Origin of dextro-
Examples from the Web for dextro
Historical Examples of dextro
Hence this portion of the small intestine consists of a dextro- and sinistro-mesenteric segment.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity
George. S. Huntington
Promorpha dipleura vel bilaterali, dextro et sinistro antimero symmetricis, plano sagittali annuloque separatis.
They're called d- and l-isomers—d for dextro, l for levo; right and left, you see.A Feast of Demons
In the amygdalin molecule, it exists in the dextro form, which has been named "prunasin."The Chemistry of Plant Life
Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher
before a vowel dextr-
Word Origin for dextro-
word-forming element meaning "toward or on the right-hand side," from comb. form of Latin dexter (see dexterity).