embryonic stage

embryonic stage

(in embryology) the interval of time from fertilization to the eighth week.
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He said: "In the mid-2000s you had Scott when Ricky was in the embryonic stage of his career and it's hard to believe Burns is still here.
Results: The number of epithelioreticular cells was significantly less than the control group at embryonic stage (p=0.
Jeep boss, Mike Manley, stated that the vehicle is still at the embryonic stage of development, and that it is at least two years away from arriving at dealerships.
It simply denotes a further stage of development after the embryonic stage.
It is at infant or embryonic stage this August but will be full blown by the months of November and December.
Within this context, the present study aimed at establishing an appropriate oviposition substrate and the best embryonic stage for the submission of C.
Summary: Game developing in Lebanon is at an embryonic stage but some believe in its potential and look to develop its business.
They are studying the effects of increasing serotonin during the embryonic stage to control these abnormal behaviors in chickens.
Using this technique, they showed that human cells can also be dedifferentiated to an early embryonic stage.
USPRwire, Mon Feb 02 2015] The Nigerian insurance market remains at an embryonic stage of development with the combined assets of the country's insurers comprising only a tiny percentage of GDP and total premiums lagging behind more developed markets such as South Africa.
Under the proposals, said to be at an embryonic stage, one round of league matches would be staged abroad in mid-January.
Kabul Mayor Mohammad Yunus Nawandesh told Pajhwok Afghan News the building was at an embryonic stage and further construction had been stopped on the basis of the Cabinet decision.