|transplanting of embryo||embryo transfer|
|(Chemistry) chemical agent that forms a gradient in concentration and exercises control over morphogenesis, substance important for development of embryo||morphogen|
|(Embryology) blastula, cavity surrounded by a single layer of cells (first stage in the life of an embryo)||blastosphere|
|(Embryology) cavity surrounded by a single layer of cells (first stage in the life of an embryo), blastosphere, embryonic form||blastula|
|(Embryology) mesoderm in an embryo (central layer of embryonic cells)||mesoblast|
|ability of embryo to grow normally, according to the rules, government order with force of law, officially approved for use, regulating of something, rule or order, statute, law; act of controlling, management, direction; state of being controlled, sta...||regulation|
|act of implanting; something which is implanted, attachment of an embryo, being or becoming implanted, surgically implanting in the body||implantation|
|agent affecting embryo or fetus||teratogen|
|amniotic sac, embryo sac, inner membrane surrounding embryo, membrane which surrounds a fetus before birth (Anatomy, Zoology), see also:chorion||amnion|
|any cell formed by the union of male and female gametes; fertilized egg; embryo at beginning of cell division (Biology), fertilized ovum||zygote|
|basic, developing, in form of embryo, undeveloped||rudimentary; rudimental|
|beginning, embryo of organ, fundamental element, basic point; bud, part of an organism that is not fully developed, something basic to subject, undeveloped body part||rudiment|
|blastocoele, cavity in embryo, fluid-filled cavity surrounded of a blastula (early embryonic stage), segmentation cavity||blastocoel|
|body cavity of an embryo (Zoology), coelom||celom|
|body cavity, body cavity of an embryo, celom, coelome||coelom|
|body segment, embryo cell pair forming vertebrae, metamere, any of a number of segments that are arranged one next to the other in the body of certain animals (Zoology); layer of embryonic cells from which the muscles and vertebrae develop (Embryology)||somite|
|brain part, part of the midbrain (Anatomy); receptacle of a flower in which the embryo fruits and later the seeds are held (Botany)||thalamus|
|branch of biology that deals with the formation and development of an embryo||embryol. (embryology)|
|broad understanding, conceiving of young, concept, embryo or fetus, formulation of idea, origin or beginnings, something conceived in the mind, thought, idea; formation of a thought; becoming pregnant; embryo||conception|
|cage moving between floors of a building, carry in an aircraft, cheer somebody or become cheered, degree of rise, dig up a plant for transplanting, diminish, force making a hot-air balloon rise, force needed to raise something, go upward, harvest, heel...||lift|
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