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  • adj. embryological

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to embryology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to embryology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of an organism prior to birth or hatching


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embryology +‎ -ic


  • The genetic, embryologic evo-devo and fossil evidence is all there for those who will open their eyes.

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  • The first embryologic discovery we make as the result of this study -- a discovery of the utmost importance -- is that germs are one in essence, and are all endowed with the same possibilities and potentialities.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • -- We shall attempt no scientific discussion of the causation or embryologic derivation of the monster, contenting ourselves with simple history and description, adding any associate facts of interest that may be suggested.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Vocabulary words in the lyrics to Relentless Execution of Ceremonial Execrescence acephalism conglutinate defalcate effigous embryologic hecatombic hypermetropicism inanition minatory sempiternal Impetuous Ritual are the rhythm section of Portal (interviewed here).


  • Exposing human embryologic stem cells to a small inhibitor molecule dramatically boosts production of endothelial cells (green), which form the inner lining of blood vessels.

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  • For, bubalus houseful aesculapius that the whatever congridae, raphael, bilabiate falchion, anamorphic palestinian is embryologic when the zygoma is longitudinally.

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  • In addition, due to the fact that AR plays a major role in the embryologic development of the male sexual phenotype and in spermatogenesis, there exist concerns on whether exposure to environmental compounds that disrupt normal endocrine pathways may affect AR-regulated functions

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  • The frequent embryologic neuroanatomic abnormalities found in children with autism lessen the likelihood that MMR immunization is a major risk factor. News

  • [Footnote 81: The fifth, or Aryan race, in theosophic nomenclature; the fourth was that of Atlantis; the third lived on the great southern continent, Lemuria; the two preceding ones were, so to speak, only the embryologic preparation for the following races.] [Footnote 82: The "life-atoms," infinitesimal particles which by aggregation form the human body.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution


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