embryogeny


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em·bry·og·e·ny

(em'brē-oj'ĕ-nē),
The origin and growth of the embryo.

em·bry·og·e·ny

(em'brē-oj'ĕ-nē)
The origin and growth of an embryo.

embryogeny

(ĕm″brē-ŏj′ĕ-nē)
The growth and development of an embryo.
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A Taxonomy for Artificial Embryogeny. Artificial Life 9(2):93-130.
Teratogeny, the science of abnormal embryogeny, was pioneered by Etienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire and developed by Camille Dareste in the nineteenth century.
Long-term effects of maternal cortisol exposure and mild hyperthermia during embryogeny on survival, growth and morphological anomalies in farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar offspring.
Finally, the tern1 is used when embryogeny is indirect and the offspring is dissimilar to the parent, producing the adult form as an outgrowth, as in Chara (Jackson, 1905).
Davis (1966) represented that embryogeny conforms either to the Onagrad, Asterad or Caryophyllad type and the suspensor shows great variation between the species in Papilionaceae.