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blastema definition

  • noun:
    • The formative, undifferentiated material from which cells tend to be created.
    • scores of embryonic cells from where an organ or a body part develops, either in typical development or in the regeneration of a lost human anatomy part.
    • A clump of undifferentiated cells or blasts, where an organ or human body component will develop, either during normal development of an embryo or perhaps in the regeneration of a lost body component.
    • The structureless, protoplasmic muscle associated with embryo; the ancient basis of an organ however unformed, from which it develops.
    • In bot.: Originally, the axis of an embryo, consisting of the radicle and the growing-point at its summit.
    • In later on use, the initial point of development that any organ or element of an organ is created.
    • often, the thallus of cryptogamous flowers.
    • In structure and physical, the bioplasm or protoplasm of a germinating ovum; the substance associated with blastomeres, blastoderm, etc.; granular formative product.
    • a mass of undifferentiated cells from where an organ or human body part develops
    • The formative, undifferentiated material from where cells are created.
    • scores of embryonic cells that an organ or a body component develops, either in typical development or perhaps in the regeneration of a lost human anatomy part.
    • A clump of undifferentiated cells or blasts, from where an organ or body component will establish, either through the typical development of an embryo or perhaps in the regeneration of a lost human body part.
    • The structureless, protoplasmic tissue of this embryo; the primitive foundation of an organ yet unformed, from where it expands.
    • In bot.: Originally, the axis of an embryo, consisting of the radicle and the growing-point at its summit.
    • In later on usage, the first point of development where any organ or element of an organ is created.
    • Occasionally, the thallus of cryptogamous flowers.
    • In structure and real, the bioplasm or protoplasm of a germinating ovum; the substance associated with blastomeres, blastoderm, etc.; granular formative material.
    • a mass of undifferentiated cells where an organ or body component develops
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