BLASTOCOELIC

blastocoel

[blas-tuh-seel]
noun Embryology.
the cavity of a blastula, arising in the course of cleavage.
Also, blastocoele.
Also called segmentation cavity.


Origin:
1875–80; blasto- + -coel

blastocoelic, adjective
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blastocoel or blastocoele (ˈblæstəʊˌsiːl)
 
n
embryol Also called: segmentation cavity the cavity within a blastula
 
blastocoele or blastocoele
 
n

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blastocoel blas·to·coel or blas·to·cele or blas·to·coele (blās'tə-sēl')
n.
The fluid-filled cavity in the blastula of a developing embryo. Also called cleavage cavity, segmentation cavity.


blas'to·coe'lic adj.
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blastocoel or blastocoele   (blās'tə-sēl')  Pronunciation Key 
The fluid-filled, central cavity of a blastula.
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