In the next stage, on the sixth day after impregnation (fig. 61), there is a great advance in development.
She, indeed, created him, his sole function being her impregnation.
impregnation is external and the segmentation is nearly regular (fig. 1).
I return to his discoveries on the impregnation of the Queen Bee.
The French and Italian olive oil is usually free from this impregnation.
In most cases the ova would be too weak for impregnation to be perfect.
The impregnation of the pieces with the filling is effected in two ways, viz.
The benzine-varnish mixture or zapon may also be used for impregnation.
There are, however, many other substances used in different collections for impregnation, a few of which are subjoined.
In the process of impregnation a twofold result is aimed at, viz.
late 14c., "making or becoming pregnant," from Old French impregnacion, from Late Latin impregnationem (nominative impregnatio), from impraegnare (see impregnate).
impregnate im·preg·nate (ĭm-prěg'nāt)
v. im·preg·nat·ed, im·preg·nat·ing, im·preg·nates
To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; inseminate.
To fertilize an ovum.
To fill throughout; saturate.