Definition of Ectoderms

1. Noun. (plural of ectoderm) ¹



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Definition of Ectoderms

1. ectoderm [n] - See also: ectoderm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ectoderms

ectocommensal organism
ectocommensals
ectocornea
ectocrine
ectocuniform
ectocyst
ectocysts
ectoderm
ectodermal
ectodermal cloaca
ectodermal dysplasia
ectodermatosis
ectodermic
ectodermosis
ectodermosis erosiva pluriorificialis
ectoderms (current term)
ectodin
ectodomain
ectodomains
ectoentad
ectoental
ectoenzyme
ectoethmoid
ectogenesis
ectogenic
ectogenic teratosis
ectogenous
ectogeny
ectoglobular
ectohormone

Literary usage of Ectoderms

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1. Lehrbuch Der Vergleichenden Anatomie Der Wirbellosen Thiere by Arnold Lang, Karl Hescheler (1900)
"Rechts und links zeigt sich in der Tiefe des ectoderms auf dem Querschnitt die Anlage der ... Verdickung des ectoderms, welche ein Büschel längerer ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"The spread of the ectoderms is the first step of the union, and there is in a ... This healing over is effected by the expansion of the sheet of ectoderms, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1908)
"... in besonderen Zellen des ectoderms die Augen entstehen, so ware es moglich, dass aus ihnen Theile des Nervensystems, vielleicht der sensorielle Theile ..."

4. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1900)
"... ectoderms. The tentacular nematocyst is about '027 mm. in length and has a fine thread, spirally coiled about 24 times under the external membrane, ..."

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