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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In embryology, having that mode of development characteristic of Ichthyopsida, or fishes and batrachians, in which the embryo is not invaginated in the blastodermic vesicle, but remains superimposed upon a large yolk inclosed by the vesicle: the opposite of endocyemate.

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