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A primordium, in embryology, is defined as an organ or tissue in its earliest recognizable stage of development . Cells of the primordium are called primordial cells.
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primordium n. , pl. -dia . An organ or a part in its most rudimentary form or stage of development ... Explain establishment of primordium? ...
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leaf primordium n. A lateral outgrowth from the apical meristem that develops into a leaf. ... Explain establishment of primordium? ...
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Definition of primordium from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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primordium. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... wiktionary.org/wiki/primordium" Categories: English nouns | Anatomy ...
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Information about primordium in the free online English dictionary and ... primordium - an organ in its earliest stage of development; the foundation for ...
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Primordium. Synonym(s) anlage. Definition(s) The rudiment or commencement of a part or organ: ... Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications ...
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What is primordium? Meaning of primordium medical term. What does ... primordium /priĀ·mor ... primordium. the first beginnings of an organ or part in the ...
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Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "primordium" is defined. ... primordium: American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Borrowed directly from the Latin primordium (to begin), derived from the Latin ...
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The existence of a shared primordium in Drosophila is supported by multiple ... In the shared primordium, both the presumptive wing and leg cells express the ...
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The dorsal air sac primordium buds from a tracheal branch called the transverse ... Arrows indicate the distal tip of the air sac primordium. ...
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The ovary primordium rises, and on the top of it two lateral and one abaxial ... Simultaneously, each stamen primordium develops into a filament and a basifixed ...
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