epimere definition

  • noun:
    • one of many segments of the transverse axis, or the alleged homonymous components; as, as an example, the a number of sections of this extremities in vertebrates, or among the comparable portions in flowers, as with a segmented leaf.
    • among sections associated with the transverse axis, or the so named homonymous parts; since, including, one of the a number of sections of extremities in vertebrates, or among the similar portions in plants, such as the segments of a segmented leaf.
    • In embryology, a percentage associated with mesodermal wall surface of the epicœloma into the vertebrate embryo. See cut-under epicœloma.
    • In zoology, identical to epimeron.
    • among segments associated with transverse axis, or even the so-called homonymous parts; because, like, one of many a number of segments associated with extremities in vertebrates, or one of several similar portions in plants, as with a segmented leaf.
    • among segments of this transverse axis, or even the so named homonymous components; as, for instance, the a few portions of this extremities in vertebrates, or the comparable sections in plants, including the segments of a segmented leaf.
    • In embryology, a percentage associated with mesodermal wall of the epicœloma in the vertebrate embryo. See cut-under epicœloma.
    • In zoology, just like epimeron.
    • One of the sections of this transverse axis, and/or alleged homonymous components; because, like, among a number of segments regarding the extremities in vertebrates, or one of many comparable portions in flowers, as in a segmented leaf.
    • the sections of the transverse axis, or perhaps the so called homonymous components; because, as an example, the a number of segments associated with extremities in vertebrates, or one of many comparable portions in flowers, like the portions of a segmented leaf.
    • In embryology, a percentage of this mesodermal wall surface of this epicœloma inside vertebrate embryo. See cut under epicœloma.
    • In zoology, identical to epimeron.
    • the segments associated with the transverse axis, or the alleged homonymous parts; because, for example, one of several several sections for the extremities in vertebrates, or among the comparable segments in plants, as with a segmented leaf.
    • among portions of the transverse axis, or the so called homonymous parts; because, like, one of the a number of portions of the extremities in vertebrates, or one of many similar sections in flowers, including the segments of a segmented leaf.
    • In embryology, a percentage of mesodermal wall regarding the epicœloma when you look at the vertebrate embryo. See cut-under epicœloma.
    • In zoology, just like epimeron.
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