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n.1.(Med.) Foreknowledge of a disease; prognosis.
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(A) C-metaphasis, note that chromosomes are not aligned at the equatorial cell plate; (B) non-oriented chromosomes in relation the metaphasic plate; (C) sticky chromosomes in metaphasis; (D) micronuclei in interphase; (E) micronuclei in prophasis; (F) anaphasis bridge.
An Agglutination was the largest changes have been found and after that was extended prophasis with relatively equable number at all treatments.
Griffiths (1985) ha insistido en marcas textuales (el uso de la palabra prophasis en la Historia de la guerra del Peloponeso de Tucidides y en Critias 120d8) y dramaticas: no es casual -sostiene-- que Hermocrates, arquitecto de la derrota ateniense, este alli sentado escuchando el relato de Critias y esperando su turno para hablar.
Appian reported the population rose 'greatly' after 201 BC (Roman History 8.10.69), as archaeology has 'fully confirmed' (Ursula Vogel-Weidemann, 'Carthago Delenda Est: Aitia and Prophasis', Acta Classica, XXXII, 1989, 79-95, at 86-7).
Hippocratic medicine distinguishes the occasion (prophasis) for a disease (p.