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Yolk plug is the remaining patch of endodermal cells that is created during the formation of the ventral lip of the blastopore. It is a patch of large endodermal cells which remains exposed on the vegetal surface of the amphibian blastula that will eventually be internalized by epiboly.
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Frog yolk plug. This embryo is near the end of gastrulation. ... overlying the archenteron roof at the yolk plug gastrula stage ... Continue. Frog Yolk Plug ...
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yolk plug. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... The large edible endothermal cells surrounded by the blastopore of an ...
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... be seen within the confines of the blastopore, in an area known as the yolk plug. ... the circular-shaped blastopore and "yolk plug" of vegetal pole macromeres. ...
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End of Gastrulation, Yolk Plug Stage ... Note the Yolk Plug at the 3'oclock position. Scanning EM Picture. Model, Cross-Section ...
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Yolk,plug,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... yolk plug - a patch of vegetal cells ... yolk plug ...
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Synonyms of yolk plug from the Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus with antonyms, definitions, Word ... See a map of "yolk plug" in the Visual Thesaurus. Share ...
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Definition of yolk+plug from Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary with examples and pronunciations. ... Learn more about "yolk plug" and related topics at ...
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Yolk plug is the remaining patch of endodermal cells that is created during the ... Ask a question about 'Yolk plug' Start a new discussion about 'Yolk plug' ...
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The lower embryo, which is slightly out of focus, has formed a yolk plug. ... lighter cells are the yolk plug which are the only yolk-filled cells left on the ...
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Yolk's - Definition of Yolk's at Dictionary.com a free online ... yolk. yolk membrane. yolk plug. yolk sac. yolk stalk. yolk-sac tumor. yolkless. yolky. yoll ...
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... as the blastoderm completely covers the yolk plug, defining 100%-epiboly. ... Just dorsal to the site of yolk plug closure, and usually within 10-15 min of ...
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This area, called the yolk plug, will get smaller in size and finally close. ... Immediately after the yolk plug closure the posterior end of the embryo extends ...
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... blastopore and Frog yolk plug. These slides only contain ... Now examine your frog yolk plug slide and try to visualize the cell movements that have taken ...
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