Definition of Blastemas

1. Noun. (plural of blastema) ¹



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Definition of Blastemas

1. blastema [n] - See also: blastema

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blastemas

blast from the past
blast furnace
blast furnaces
blast injuries
blast injury
blast off
blast phase
blast transformation
blast trauma
blast wave
blastable
blasted
blastedly
blastemal
blastemas (current term)
blastemata
blastematic
blastemic
blaster
blasters
blastic
blasticidin
blasticidin S-acetyltransferase
blasticidin S deaminase
blasticidins
blastide
blastides
blastie
blastier

Literary usage of Blastemas

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1. Biology by Charles Letourneau (1878)
"The vitality of the blastemas is naturally greater than that of the plasmas ; they may almost be considered as elements which have lost their forms ..."

2. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"Much controversy arose concerning the various types of blastemas ... Vogel thought there were as many blastemas as tissues, different tumors arising in ..."

3. General Physiology; Or, Physiological Theory of Cosmos: A Rectification of by Camilo Calleja (1890)
"Robin says that blastemas come from the ... of new formation or granulations are formed by juxtaposition and condensation of the supposed blastemas or ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1874)
"The inversion of viscera, which is not, properly speaking, a true monstrosity, commences with the inequality of the two blastemas, which (as the author has ..."

5. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"... during pregnancies were slightly but statistically significantly high in some blastemas in which loss of heterozygosity of the genes has been reported. ..."

6. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1910)
"... cells of postnatal displacement," although it is probable that a very small number are "blastemas originating from ..."

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