chromato-


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chromato-

or chromat-
pref.
1. Color: chromatophore.
2. Chromatin: chromatolysis.

[Greek khrōma, khrōmat-, color.]

chromato-

or before a vowel

chromat-

combining form
1. indicating colour or coloured: chromatophore.
2. indicating chromatin: chromatolysis.
[from Greek khrōma, khrōmat- colour]

chro•mo

(ˈkroʊ moʊ)

n., pl. -mos.
[by shortening]

chromo-

or chromato-

a combining form meaning “color,” “pigment” (chromophil) or, by extension, “chromosome” (chromonema).
[< Greek, comb. form of chrôma color]
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