Definition of Endoblasts

1. endoblast [n] - See also: endoblast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endoblasts

endoappendicitis
endoarabinase
endoarteritis
endoauscultation
endobacteria
endobacterial
endobacterium
endobag
endobasion
endobenthic
endobiont
endobionts
endobiotic
endoblast
endoblastic
endoblasts (current term)
endobronchial
endobronchial tube
endocannabinoid
endocannabinoids
endocannibal
endocannibalism
endocannibalistic
endocannibals
endocardia
endocardiac
endocardial
endocardial cushion defect
endocardial cushion defects
endocardial cushions

Literary usage of Endoblasts

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1871)
"... development of the insect on leaving the egg, and the degree of metamorphosis of the insect before becoming adult, it seems that the endoblasts occur in ..."

2. Jahresberichte über die Fortschritte der Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte (1905)
"Leuciscus unterscheidet sich von Trutta durch größere Masse des unteren endoblasts sowie größere Ausdehnung und schnelle Obliteration der ..."

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