embryolethality

embryolethality

 [em″bre-o-le-thal´ĭ-te]
embryotoxicity that causes death of the embryo. adj., adj embryole´thal.

embryolethality

/em·bryo·le·thal·i·ty/ (em″bre-o-le-thal´ĭ-te) embryotoxicity that causes death of the embryo.
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The absence of EGFR signaling has resulted in embryolethality as well as postnatal death in animals.
Developmental toxicity was observed in three animals: teratogenicity (mice), embryolethality (rats), and fetal growth restriction (rabbits).
the period during which maternal exposure to exogenous agents may cause either embryolethality or a normal fetus at delivery (Giavini et al.