TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «BLASTOMERIC»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BLASTOMERIC»
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Biokinetics and Biodynamics of Human Differentiation: ...
2 Blastomeric Ovum and Blastocyst Despite the fact that most ofthe physical and
chemical data ofthe first subdivision ofthe human ovum are unknown, it is
apparent that the above changes take place as a result of developmental
E. Blechschmidt, R. F. Gasser, 2012
Cells—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 Edition
Jefferson: Disruption. of. blastomeric. F-actin. -. a. potential. early. biomarker. of.
developmental. toxicity. in. zebrafish. “The expression of at least some
biomarkers of toxicity is generally thought to precede the appearance of frank
Upon the inheritance of acquired characters: a hypothesis of ...
If then the relations to the yolk of the blastomere and of the whole of the
blastomeric group, could not by themselves constitute any proof change through
the isolation of the blastomere, it is clear that the first cleavages must proceed
exactly as ...
Eugenio Rignano, Basil Coleman Hyatt Harvey, 1911
The Ontogenetic Basis of Human Anatomy: A Biodynamic ...
2) intercellular space. Fig. 2.5. Transformation of blastomeric conceptus into
blastocyst through eccentric pooling of fluid (a symmetrical pooling of fluid in the
center of the conceptus is impossible due to the asynchrony of blastomeric
Erich Blechschmidt, Brian Freeman, 2004
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science
groups in the interior, are to be regarded as one and the same class of cells,
while the cells with granular nuclei form another class. Both classes are derived
directly from the cells with vesicular nuclei which retain their blastomeric
Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society
The flagellate cells of the larva in all cases become the collar-cells of the young
sponge. Certain cells of the inner mass, distinguished by their vesicular nuolei
and blastomeric characters, are capable of giving rise to collar-cells, as well as to
Text Book Of Embryology
But further mechanism is not normal, as four blastomeric nuclei are formed by 1st
and 2nd meiotic cleavage divisions. These four blastomeric nuclei are haploid in
nature as they develop from haploid nucleus of ovum through incomplete ...
Stem Cells: From Biology to Therapy
4), and blastomeric-Iike stem cells (Fig. 19). When expanding the cells for human
transplantation, it is imperative that either human recombinant proteins are used
or that minimal manipulation occurs. Thus, two strategies were selected in order ...
Multiple Pregnancy: Epidemiology, Gestation, and Perinatal ...
EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION OF MONOZYGOTIC TWINS Experiments in
mammals highlight blastomeric potentiality during early development. Prior to the
8-cell stage, every embryonic cell is totipotent. Stated another way, each
Isaac Blickstein, Louis G. Keith, 2005
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility: Current Trends ...
... the day of transfer the embryos were scored as grade 4, equal-sized
symmetrical blastomeres; grade 3, uneven blastomeres with 10% fragmentation;
grade 2, 10–50% blastomeric fragmentation; and grade 1, 50% blastomeric