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procaryote

[ proh-kar-ee-oht, -ee-uht ]
/ proʊˈkær iˌoʊt, -i ət /
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noun
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Origin of procaryote

First recorded in 1960–65

OTHER WORDS FROM procaryote

pro·car·y·ot·ic [proh-kar-ee-ot-ik], /proʊˌkær iˈɒt ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for procaryote

procaryote
/ (prəʊˈkærɪɒt) /

noun
a variant spelling of prokaryote
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Medical definitions for procaryote

procaryote
[ prō-kărē-ōt′ ]

n.
Variant ofprokaryote

Other words from procaryote

pro′car•y•otic (-ŏtĭk) adj.
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