Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to the ectoderm; consisting of ectoderm: as, the ectodermal layer of a cœlenterate.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the ectoderm
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Biol.) Of or relating to the ectoderm.
- adj. of or relating to the ectoderm
“We continue: As development proceeds a movement of the cells takes place from the ectodermal sac into the constantly enlarging body (pl. 26, fig. 1).”
“We continue:As development proceeds a movement of the cells takes place from the ectodermal sac into the constantly enlarging body pl. 26, fig.”
“The research was targeted at helping people with ectodermal dysplasia, an inherited condition that is characterised by the abnormal development of hair, skin, nails, teeth and sweat glands.”
“Limbs are induced at particular boundaries of axial Hox gene expression, and the first recognizable sign of their formation is the appearance of a thickened epithelial bump, the apical ectodermal ridge AER.”
“The remaining mesodermal tissue is then consistently shown in the same orange-red ignoring the overlap with the ectodermal derivatives noted above, but only until we get out to the extraembryonic mesoderm, which shows up in yet another, lighter shade of orange.”
“But when I had the blood drawn to join the Human Genome Project to isolate where ectrodactyly comes from, it was interesting to learn that in fact it's part of a larger family, including the ectodermal dysplasia, of which there are many.”
“WALKER: Approximately one in 90,000 to 100,000 people with an ectrodactyly that shows up like this, but the ectodermal dysplasia family has a lot more people with various manifestations.”
“Foregut: extends from the mouth to the end of gizzard; its epithelium being formed from the ectodermal invagination known as the stomodaeum.”
“These ectodermal pits were all originally respiratory organs.”
“_Chætogaster_ by an ectodermal thickening, just as in some Vertebrates.”
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