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Are there verbs for “undergo mitosis” and “undergo meiosis”?
From my experience on SE sites, I believe this is the right site to ask this question under "terminology". I've been trying to find out whether English has one-word verbs for "undergo mitosis" and ...
Aug 23 '12 at 0:01
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