The germinal vesicle is situated in a bed of finely divided yolk-particles.
The germinal vesicle is so simple that it may be defined in a line.
No doubt they alone do not supply a sufficient basis for any firm conclusions as to the fate of the germinal vesicle.
The germinal vesicle is so simple, that a line will contain all that can be said of it.
Giard gives a somewhat different account of the behaviour of the germinal vesicle in Psammechinus miliaris.
Transportation of the germinal vesicle to the surface of the egg.
In case of horns of cattle, which when inherited must depend on germinal vesicle, obviously no effect till cattle full-grown.
The germinal vesicle also passes from the centre to the surface.
The hollow sphere which is thus formed is the important stage of the “germinal vesicle,” the blastula, or blastosphere.
The nucleus of the egg-cell is distinguished as the germinal vesicle, and its nucleolus as the germinal spot.