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Definition of Serotinal
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Literary usage of Serotinal
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1. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1905)
"... of serotinal origin, and has drawn the conclusion that only a low implantation of the ovum could explain the serotinal origin of a placenta ..."
2. Observations on the placenta of the rabbit by Walter Chipman (1902)
"The serotinal cells of these sheaths become vesicular (Fig. 20: PI. VIII.), and between them is established a system of lacunae which contain blood which ..."