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inductor

 [in-duk´tor]
a tissue elaborating a chemical substance that acts to determine the growth and differentiation of embryonic parts.

in·duc·tor

(in-dŭk'tŏr, -tōr),
1. That which brings about induction.
2. In embryology, an evocator or an organizer.

inductor

/in·duc·tor/ (-ter) a tissue elaborating a chemical substance that acts to determine growth and differentiation of embryonic parts.

inductor

[induk′tər]
Etymology: L, inducere, to lead in
(in embryology) a tissue or cell that emits a chemical substance that stimulates some morphogenetic effect in the developing embryo. See also evocator, organizer.

in·duc·tor

(in-dŭk'tŏr)
1. That which brings about induction.
2. embryology An evocator or an organizer.

inductor

a tissue elaborating a chemical substance that acts to determine the growth and differentiation of embryonic parts.
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