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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of invaginate.

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Examples

  • Since at first the organizer becomes invaginated, that is, completes the gastrulation it has begun, so that material in the neighbourhood can be included in the process, one might suppose that it is this process itself which causes further determination of the parts it has affected.

    Hans Spemann - Nobel Lecture

  • They appear to be emerging from what, for lack of any better term, is an invaginated region.

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  • A wave of contraction spread sideways from the cell that was provoked, and the ball of cells spontaneously invaginated.

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  • A wave of contraction spread sideways from the cell that was provoked, and the ball of cells spontaneously invaginated.

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  • The West has become invaginated by the multiple evils of multiculturalism, immigration and human rights.

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  • Sartre's view of woman/sex as a "hole" (613-4) is relevant to the earlier discussion of space as invaginated sinthome (see note 5).

    Notes

  • The lecturer had a winning phrase — "the invaginated eyeball" — for this accomplishment.

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  • Thus, the material first invaginated lies farthest towards the front underneath the subsequent brain, while material invaginating later underlies the future spinal cord.

    Hans Spemann - Nobel Lecture

  • Then along the line of invagination, i.e. the primitive orifice or blastopore, runs the outer layer of cells or ectoderm into the two invaginated layers, the mesoderm (originating from the marginal zone), and entoderm

    Hans Spemann - Nobel Lecture

  • The end result of it is that all the material of the marginal zone and of the vegetative half of the blastula becomes invaginated and is thus covered over by animal material.

    Hans Spemann - Nobel Lecture

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