Relating to or characterized by pyknosis.

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pyk·not·ic also pyc·not·ic -'nät-ik adj of, relating to, or exhibiting pyknosis

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pyk·not·ic (pik-notґik) [Gr. pyknōtikos] 1. serving to close the pores. 2. pertaining to pyknosis.

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