Medical Definition of Intussusceptive
1. Relating to or characterised by intussusception. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Intussusceptive
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society by Royal Microscopical Society, London (1882)
"Even the surface-growth of cell-walls is not, in his opinion, intussusceptive, but is merely duo to stretching. Professor Strasburger next points out that ..."
2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"... entices of the elementary structures of which the mature chick, or germ, is made up. The consequence this intussusceptive growth is the "development" or ..."
3. The Law of Heredity: A Study of the Cause of Variation, and the Origin of by William Keith Brooks (1883)
"The consequence of this intussusceptive growth is the " development" or "evolution" of this germ into the visible bird. Thus an organized individual "is a ..."
4. Text-book of Botany, Morphological and Physiological by Julius Sachs (1882)
"He is also of opinion that stratified cell-walls are formed by the deposition, one within the other, of successive layers, and not by intussusceptive growth ..."
5. Psychology by Michael Maher (1890)
"Life is a centre of intussusceptive assimilative force capable of reproduction by spontaneous fission." (Owen.) " Life is the twofold internal movement of ..."
6. Lectures on the Physiology of Plants by Sydney Howard Vines (1886)
"In the first place he rejects the micellar theory, and he considers the existence of any mode of intussusceptive growth to be extremely improbable. ..."