polybrachygeny

Polish translation: polybrachygenesis (polybrachygeneza)

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English term or phrase:polybrachygeny
Polish translation:polybrachygenesis (polybrachygeneza)
Entered by: Georgios Paraskevopoulos

16:14 Dec 13, 2003
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Science
English term or phrase: polybrachygeny
biological
chris1000
Poland
Local time: 22:29
polybrachygenesis (polybrachygeneza)
Explanation:
I'll give you a definition of these three words.

It's an international term
poly-, from Greek = multi-
brachy-, from Greek meaning "short" [fast, rapid (Lat. brevi-]
geny, from Greek, an other form of genesis

polygeny
<biology> The theory that living organisms originate in cells or embryos of different kinds, instead of coming from a single cell; opposed to monogenesis.

Origin: Poly- + genesis, or root of Gr. To be born.

PolyBachyGeny =MultiRapidGenesis
*multi* krótki *genesis*

I don't speak Polish.
I hope I helped you!
George


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polybrachygenesis (polybrachygeneza)


Explanation:
I'll give you a definition of these three words.

It's an international term
poly-, from Greek = multi-
brachy-, from Greek meaning "short" [fast, rapid (Lat. brevi-]
geny, from Greek, an other form of genesis

polygeny
<biology> The theory that living organisms originate in cells or embryos of different kinds, instead of coming from a single cell; opposed to monogenesis.

Origin: Poly- + genesis, or root of Gr. To be born.

PolyBachyGeny =MultiRapidGenesis
*multi* krótki *genesis*

I don't speak Polish.
I hope I helped you!
George




Georgios Paraskevopoulos
Local time: 23:29
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