cenogenesis definition

  • noun:
    • alternate spelling of caenogenesis.
    • The introduction during embryonic growth of characters or structure perhaps not contained in the earlier evolutionary history of the stress or species (as addition associated with the placenta in mammalian evolution); a modified evolution, by which nonprimitive figures make their appearance in consequence of a second version of embryo into particular circumstances of its environment; -- distinguished from palingenesis.
    • typical genesis, generation, or source.
    • introduction during embryonic improvement figures or framework perhaps not within the earlier evolutionary reputation for the strain or species (like the inclusion of placenta in mammalian development)
    • alternate spelling of caenogenesis.
    • The introduction during embryonic growth of characters or structure not contained in the earlier evolutionary history of the stress or species (as addition of the placenta in mammalian development); a modified evolution, where nonprimitive figures make their appearance in result of another version associated with embryo into particular problems of the environment; -- distinguished from palingenesis.
    • Common genesis, generation, or beginning.
    • introduction during embryonic development of figures or framework perhaps not contained in the earlier evolutionary history of the strain or species (like the inclusion of placenta in mammalian development)
  • others:
    • etc. See kenogenesis, kenogenetic, etc.
    • an such like. See kenogenesis, kenogenetic, etc.

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