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Aspects of the topic micromere are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References annelid development ( in annelid (invertebrate): Development ) In annelids, the first four cells (blastomeres) give rise, by alternating clockwise and counterclockwise divisions, to a cap of smaller cells, called micromeres, at one end of the egg and a cap...
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Definition of micromere from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of micromere. ... micromere definition. micro·mere (mī′krō mir′) noun ...
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Definition of micromere at Dictionary.com with free online dictionary, ... micromere mi·cro·mere (mī'krō-mēr') n. ... or see micromere on Thesaurus | Reference ...
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Home Encyclopedia Dictionary Atlas K-12 Success College & Grad School Degrees ... Search for "micromere" in all of MSN Encarta. E-mail this entry ...
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RNA is Synthesized First in the Micromeres, and then in the Rest of the Embryo. ... antimetabolite at the time when micromere-RNA synthesis occurs, are not able ...
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Definitive micromere progeny; lateral views at stage 10 (160-170 hours AZD) ... ( B) An entire embryo in which micromere a' had been injected with RDA. ...
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At the onset of gastrulation, micromere progeny of the sea urchin embryo undergo ... Pmar1 protein activates the micromere specification program by repressing an ...
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Thus, the micromere-specific control genes, which are the target of ... These three genes lie upstream of all the rest of the micromere regulatory apparatus. ...
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micromere - Definition of micromere at YourDictionary.com ... Micromere Definition | Definition of Micromere at Dictionary.com ...
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Similarly, when the 1b micromere is transplanted to the position of 1a, the left ... The 1d micromere in the 1a position develops the left eye in only 2% of ...
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mesomere n. A blastomere of intermediate size, larger than a micromere but smaller than a macromere ... size intermediate between a macromere and a micromere. ...
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... features of the successive developmental stages in the micromere lineage. ... the specification of the skeletogenic micromere lineage of the sea urchin embryo. ...
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PLoS Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that features works of exceptional significance in all areas ... for micromere-originated endomesoderm ...
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Micromere,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... micromere The smallest size class of blastomeres in a ...
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