mesomere


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mesomere

 [mez´o-mēr]
1. a blastomere of size intermediate between a macromere and a micromere.
2. a midzone of the mesoderm between the epimere and hypomere.

mes·o·mere

(mez'ō-mēr),
1. A blastomere of a size intermediate between a macromere and a micromere.
2. The zone between an epimere and a hypomere.
[meso- + G. meros, part]

mesomere

/meso·mere/ (mez´o-mēr)
1. a blastomere of size intermediate between a macromere and a micromere.
2. a midzone of the mesoderm between the epimere and hypomere.

mesomere

(mĕz′ə-mîr′, mĕs′-)
n.
1. A blastomere of intermediate size, larger than a micromere but smaller than a macromere.
2. The middle zone of the mesoderm of a chordate vertebrate embryo, from which excretory tissue develops.

mesomere

[mez′əmir]
Etymology: Gk, mesos, middle, meros, part
a row of bastomere between the macromere and micromere of the embryo. It develops into the renal tubules.

mesomere

(1) Intermediate mesoderm; mesoderma intermedium [[NE3]]. 
(2) Somite; somiti [[NE3]].
(3) A blastomere with a size between a macromere and a micromere.

mes·o·mere

(mez'ō-mēr)
1. A blastomere of a size between that of a macromere and a micromere.
2. The zone between an epimere and a hypomere.
[meso- + G. meros, part]

mesomere

1. a blastomere of size intermediate between a macromere and a micromere.
2. a midzone of the mesoderm between the epimere and hypomere.