meso-

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See also: meso, mesó, méso, méso-, měso, and μέσο

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meso-

  1. (taxonomy, biology) Intermediate in size or other characteristic.

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From Ancient Greek μέσος (mésos, middle).

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meso-

  1. middle
  2. intermediate
  3. (chemistry) Designating an achiral member of a group of diastereoisomers that has at least one chiral member
    meso-tartaric acid

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέσος (mésos, middle).

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meso-

  1. meso-

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Indonesian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέσος (mésos, middle).

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  • IPA(key): [meso]
  • Hyphenation: mé‧so

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meso-

  1. meso-

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Category Indonesian words prefixed with meso- not found

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meso-

  1. meso-

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meso-

  1. meso- (located in or relating to the middle)

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meso-

  1. meso- (located in or relating to the middle)

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