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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Spatially regulated genes expressed during seed germination and post germinative development are activated during embryogeny.
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.
The mature embryo in Cypereae is less complex when compared to state is the sister tribe Fuireneae (Schoenoplectus type), hence our study does not support Juguet's contention (as reported in Raynal, 1973) that the embryogeny of Cypereae is very evolved compared to the rest of the family.