Baer law

Ba·er law

(bār),
the general organ characteristics found in all members of a group appear earlier in embryogenesis than the special organ characteristics that distinguish specific members of the group; this law is the predecessor of the recapitulation theory.

Ba·er law

(bā'er law)
The general organ characteristics found in all members of a group appear earlier in embryogenesis than the special organ characteristics that distinguish specific members of the group; this law is the predecessor of the recapitulation theory.

Baer,

Karl Ernest von, German-Russian embryologist, 1792-1876.
Baer law - concept of embryonic recapitulation.
Baer vesicle - obsolete term for vesicular ovarian follicle.