But the most fascinating sections are the germinal passages upon which Agee would build and elaborate in the final version.
germinal by Émile Zola My favorite reportorial 19th-century novel.
The germinal epithelium is very much thicker than before—about 0.38 mm.
It behaves as germinal matter, and they do not hesitate to regard it as such.
Another feature of interest which first becomes apparent during this stage is the asymmetry of the germinal disc.
The germinal vesicle is so simple, that a line will contain all that can be said of it.
The mean of this trait is taken as representing the germinal trait in its typical condition.
No doubt he often supplied the germinal ideas, while his assistants only carried them out.
In this case the situation of the germinal disc and its relations to the yolk were precisely the same as in the earlier stage.
A bioplast, they tell us, is a germinal point in germinal matter or bioplasm.
germinal ger·mi·nal (jûr'mə-nəl)
Of, relating to, or having the nature of a germ cell.
Of, relating to, or occurring in the earliest stage of development of an embryo or organism.