Definition of Blastomeres

1. Noun. (plural of blastomere) ¹



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Definition of Blastomeres

1. blastomere [n] - See also: blastomere

Medical Definition of Blastomeres

1. The undifferentiated cells formed by cleavage of the fertilised ovum. This includes cells in the cleavage, morula, and blastula stages of the embryo. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blastomeres

blastodisk
blastoff
blastoffs
blastogenesis
blastogenetic
blastogenic
blastoid
blastoidea
blastoids
blastolysis
blastolytic
blastoma
blastomas
blastomata
blastomere
blastomeres (current term)
blastomeric
blastomerotomy
blastomogenic
blastomyces
blastomycete
blastomycetic dermatitis
blastomycin
blastomycoses
blastomycosis
blastomycotic
blastoneuropore
blastophores
blastoporal

Literary usage of Blastomeres

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1879)
"time two other small cells separate themselves from the first blastomeres ; the egg consists of six segments, two large and four small. ..."

2. Vertebrate Embryology: A Text-book for Students and Practitioners by Arthur Milnes Marshall (1893)
"The cleft isa little above the equator, so that the four blastomeres of the upper tier are a ... The blastomeres are in contact with one another laterally, ..."

3. Regeneration by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1901)
"In order to obtain cells that belong to the vegetative hemisphere, the blastomeres were shaken apart at the eight-cell stage, and those groups of cells that ..."

4. Circulars by Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University (1900)
"From these quotations it is seen that he denies the cellular nature of the bodies within the blastomeres, but offers no explanation of their true nature. ..."

5. Mammalian Embryo Genomics by OECD (2003)
"Quantitative Real-time PCR Analysis of RNA and DNA in Individual Mouse Embryos and their blastomeres C. Hartshorn, JE Rice, and LJ Wangh Department of ..."

6. The Science and Philosophy of the Organism: Gifford Lectures Delivered at by Hans Driesch (1908)
"The Potencies of the blastomeres At first we turn back to our experiments on the egg of the sea-urchin as a type of the germ in the very earliest stages. ..."

7. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1879)
"time two other small cells separate themselves from the first blastomeres ; the egg consists of six segments, two large and four small. ..."

8. Vertebrate Embryology: A Text-book for Students and Practitioners by Arthur Milnes Marshall (1893)
"The cleft isa little above the equator, so that the four blastomeres of the upper tier are a ... The blastomeres are in contact with one another laterally, ..."

9. Regeneration by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1901)
"In order to obtain cells that belong to the vegetative hemisphere, the blastomeres were shaken apart at the eight-cell stage, and those groups of cells that ..."

10. Circulars by Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University (1900)
"From these quotations it is seen that he denies the cellular nature of the bodies within the blastomeres, but offers no explanation of their true nature. ..."

11. Mammalian Embryo Genomics by OECD (2003)
"Quantitative Real-time PCR Analysis of RNA and DNA in Individual Mouse Embryos and their blastomeres C. Hartshorn, JE Rice, and LJ Wangh Department of ..."

12. The Science and Philosophy of the Organism: Gifford Lectures Delivered at by Hans Driesch (1908)
"The Potencies of the blastomeres At first we turn back to our experiments on the egg of the sea-urchin as a type of the germ in the very earliest stages. ..."

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