translocation

[ trans-loh-key-shuh n, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF translocation

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Or would his remonstrants accept the translocation of blame?

This first organic synthate must be condensed into some carbohydrate suitable for translocation and storage as reserve food.

It appears to exist in two modifications, known, respectively, as (a) translocation diastase and (b) diastase of secretion.

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