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Etymology: New Latin, from chrom- + genesis
: color production (as by the metabolic activities of microorganisms, especially bacteria and fungi)

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  • chromogenesis — Production of coloring matter or pigment, often via an enzyme catalyzed reaction. [chromo + G. genesis, production] * * * chro·mo·gen·e·sis .krō mə jen ə səs n, pl e·ses .sēz color production (as by the metabolic activities of bacteria and fungi) …   Medical dictionary

  • chromogenesis — chro·mo·genesis …   English syllables

  • -genesis — For the first book of the Bible, see Book of Genesis. genesis , from Greek γεννισις , origin, creation, generation , is a suffix that denotes creation. Related to genos, meaning race, birth, descent and genus which shows a relation from the same… …   Wikipedia

  • chromogenic — 1. Denoting a chromogen. 2. Relating to chromogenesis. * * * chro·mo·gen·ic (kro″mo jenґik) producing a pigment or coloring matter …   Medical dictionary

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