Definition of Organogenesis

1. n. The origin and development of organs in animals and plants.



Definition of Organogenesis

1. Noun. (biology) the formation and development of the organs of an organism from embryonic cells ¹

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Definition of Organogenesis

1. [n -GENESES]

Medical Definition of Organogenesis

1. The process of formation of specific organs in a plant or animal involving morphogenesis and differentiation. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organogenesis

organocuprates
organodysprosium
organoerbium
organoeuropium
organoferric
organofluoride
organofluorides
organofluorine
organofluorines
organofunctional
organofunctionalized
organogallium
organogel
organogen
organogeneses
organogenesis (current term)
organogenetic
organogenic
organogens
organogeny
organogermanium
organogold
organogram
organograms
organographer
organographers
organographic
organographical
organographist
organographists

Literary usage of Organogenesis

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1. A Text-book of Physiology: Normal and Pathological. For Students and by Winfield Scott Hall (1905)
"G. THE FETUS: organogenesis. The terms fetus and embryo are used synonymously by some authors, while by others they are {riven different significations, ..."

2. Tissue Culture: Plants: A Bibliography, January 1992-March 1994 by Henry Gilbert (1995)
"Language: English Descriptors: Senecio hybridus; Micropropagation; Tissue culture; Explants; Culture media; Literature reviews; Shoots; organogenesis 130 ..."

3. The Science and Philosophy of the Organism by Hans Driesch (1908)
"There are but few points in the doctrine of the external means or conditions of organogenesis which have a more special bearing on the specification of ..."

4. The Practice of Obstetrics: Designed for the Use of Students and by James Clifton Edgar (1912)
"During the period of embryonal life, which is computed by various authors at from six to twelve weeks, what is known as organogenesis occurs. ..."

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