noun combining form (plural -phoreses) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek phorēsis act of carrying, from phorein to carry, wear, frequentative of pherein transmission <

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  • phoresis — 1. SYN: electrophoresis. 2. A biologic association in which one organism is transported by another, as in the attachment of the eggs of Dermatobia hominis, a human and cattle botfly, to the legs of a mosquito, which transports them to the human,… …   Medical dictionary

  • phoresis — Association of one species of animal with another for the purpose of transport [Ingle, 1983] …   Crustacea glossary

  • -phoresis — pho·re·sis …   English syllables

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