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Aspects of the topic macromere are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References formation in annelids ( in annelid (invertebrate): Development ) ...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 of larger cells,...
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What is macromere? Meaning of macromere medical term. What does macromere mean? ... macromere /mac·ro·mere/ (mak'ro-mēr) one of the large blastomeres formed by ...
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... of the gastropod mollusc Patella vulgata, the stem cell of the mesoderm (3D-macromere) is induced. ... a role of the 3D-macromere, a role of other cells has ...
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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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What is a(n) macromere – Our zoology dictionary has ecology, physiology, ... macromere See BLASTOMERE. Cite this ... macromere." A Dictionary of Zoology. 1999. ...
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Ilyanassa, Clement (1962) found that the 3D macromere has ... quartet micromere relative to the inducing D macromere is ... macromere, but is restricted by its ...
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Embryos containing injected macromere/micromere pairs were isolated at the 16 ... The macromere has given rise to tissue in all three gut compartments (arrowhead) ...
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Macromere - Definition of Macromere at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... macromere - 4 dictionary results. macromere ...
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... likely through direct contact with macromere progeny, or at most a ... For macromere progeny to be competent to receive the micromere induction signal, ...
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Developmental Biology provides the fundamental set of techniques, paradigms, and models necessary for a student ... cleavage, each macromere buds off a ...
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