It is meroblastic, being confined to the germinal disc, through the full depth of which however the earlier furrows do not extend.
The segmentation is meroblastic, and the germinal disc adjoins the opening of the oviduct.
The segmentation, which is preceded by active movements of the germinal disc, is meroblastic.
That the facts of development of the meroblastic eggs of vertebrates, are not in accordance with the views here advanced.
Latebra, lat′eb-ra, n. the cavity in the food-yolk of a meroblastic ovum.
In these instances there is no commencement of an ingrowth in the manner supposed for meroblastic ova.
In most existing Teleostei, the ovum has become again reduced in size, but the meroblastic segmentation has been preserved.
This material forms a disc equivalent to the germinal disc of meroblastic vertebrate ova.
The segmentation is meroblastic, and similar to that in Birds.
Oviparous, with a large-yolked and meroblastic ovum, enclosed within a follicle of two rows of cells.
meroblastic mer·o·blas·tic (měr'ə-blās'tĭk)
Undergoing partial cleavage. Used of a fertilized egg.