blastomeric

blastomere

[blas-tuh-meer]
noun Embryology.
any cell produced during cleavage.

Origin:
1875–80; blasto- + -mere

blastomeric [blas-tuh-mer-ik, -meer-] , adjective
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blastomere (ˈblæstəʊˌmɪə)
 
n
embryol any of the cells formed by cleavage of a fertilized egg
 
blastomeric
 
adj

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blastomere blas·to·mere (blās'tə-mēr')
n.
Any of the cells resulting from the cleavage of a fertilized ovum during early embryonic development.


blas'to·mer'ic (-mēr'ĭk, -měr'-) adj.
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blastomere   (blās'tə-mîr')  Pronunciation Key 
Any of the cells resulting from the cleavage of a fertilized ovum. In the initial stage of development, the blastomeres adhere to each other in a mass called a morula.
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