evocator

evocator

[ev-uh-key-ter, ee-voh-]
noun
a person who evokes, especially one who calls up spirits.

Origin:
1785–95; < Latin ēvocātor one who calls to arms, equivalent to ēvocā(re) to evoke + -tor -tor

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evocator (ˈɛvəˌkeɪtə)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that evokes
2.  embryol a substance or tissue that induces morphogenesis

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evocator ev·o·ca·tor (ěv'ə-kā'tər, ē'və-)
n.
A factor in the control of morphogenesis in the early embryo. Also called inductor.

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