Definition of Organophyly

1. n. The tribal history of organs, -- a branch of morphophyly.



Definition of Organophyly

1. Noun. (biology rare) The tribal history of organs, a branch of morphophyly. ¹

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Medical Definition of Organophyly

1. The tribal history of organs, a branch of morphophyly. Origin: Organo- + Gr. Clan. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organophyly

organopalladium
organopathy
organoperoxy
organoperoxys
organopexy
organophilic
organophilicity
organophosphate
organophosphate nerve agent
organophosphates
organophosphine
organophosphines
organophosphorous
organophosphorus
organophosphorus compounds
organophyly (current term)
organoplastic
organoplatinum
organoplatinum compounds
organoplutonium
organopolonium
organorhenium
organorhodium
organorubidium
organoruthenium
organosamarium
organoscandium
organoscopy
organoselenium

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