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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to embryos:   (125 results)

Often used in the same context:
oocytes, blastocyst, therapeutic cloning, scnt, stem cell, reproductive cloning, gametes, blastomeres, cloning, fertilized egg, sperm, fetuses, somatic cell, ovaries, embryonic tissue, ova, human reproductive cloning, chimeras, embryologists, eggs, parthenogenesis, zygote, artificial insemination, amniotic fluid, fetus, placentas, oviducts, follicles, fertilization, surrogacy, vitro, aneuploidy, organs, spermatozoa, pregnancies, zona pellucida, tissue, livers, infertility, fertility, trisomy, conceptus, gastrulation, ovules, fertilized ovum, teratoma, amniocentesis, morula, insemination, uterus, babies, centrosomes, transplants, chimerism, vitrification, granulocytes, offspring, mosaicism, allograft, corpus luteum, yolk sac, hirschsprung, bone marrow, womb, allogeneic, transgenic, piglets, cryopreservation, amniotic sac, sonogram, ultrasounds, ovarian, embryologist, wilmut, abortions, chromosomes, chorionic villus sampling, testis, ian wilmut, follicle stimulating hormone, asexual reproduction, amnion, rotifer, corneas, chorionic villus, planarians, biopsies, xenotransplantation, implantation, dedifferentiation, fertilisation, rhesus, amniotic cavity, heifers, uterine cavity, epiblast, bioethics, polydactylism, culturing, antithrombin, ewes, autologous, embryo, blastocysts, foetuses, zygotes, foetus, animals, chicks, genomes, myoblasts, nephrons, sperms, thymocytes

Appears in the definition of:
cardinal vein, embryonic stem-cell research, germ layer, hindgut, notochord, pro-life, pro-lifer, umbilical vesicle, vesicula umbilicus, vitelline sac, yolk sac

Also try:
— Adjectives for embryos: human, early, somatic, normal, old, mammalian, young, cell, day, vertebrate, amphibian, more...

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Book See embryos used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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