ex plantation

explant

[v. eks-plant, -plahnt; n. eks-plant, -plahnt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to take living material from an animal or plant and place it in a culture medium.
noun
2.
a piece of explanted tissue.

Origin:
1570–80; < Neo-Latin explantāre. See ex-1, plant

explantation, noun
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explant (ɛksˈplɑːnt)
 
vb
1.  to transfer (living tissue) from its natural site to a new site or to a culture medium
 
n
2.  a piece of tissue treated in this way
 
explan'tation
 
n

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explant ex·plant (ěk-splānt')
v. ex·plant·ed, ex·plant·ing, ex·plants
To transfer living tissue from an organism to an artificial medium for culture. n. (ěks'plānt')
Tissue so transferred.

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