postembryonic


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postembryonic

(pōst′ĕm-brē-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Following the embryonic stage of development.
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Based on this premise, the occurrence of sensory structures on the antennules and antennae during the postembryonic ontogenetic development of M.
Neumann advocated that all blood cells were descendants of the postembryonic stem cell, representing the unitarian point of view.
Minibrain: a new protein kinase family involved in postembryonic neurogenesis in Drosophila.
A new species of Pimeliaphilus (Acarina: Pterygosomidae) parasitic on scorpions, with discussion of its postembryonic development.
In most postembryonic cell types, telomerase activity is down-regulated; in cancer cells, however, telomerase expression is activated (8-11).
that the Legislature could criminalize murder of the postembryonic product without the imposition of a viability requirement,'' the justices wrote.
In this respect the problem of the hydatidiform mole is like the problem of "wastage," which itself embraces cases of anencephaly or other profound genetic defects of the postembryonic stage.
1998), but little is known about their chemoreception, olfactory and gustatory morphology and how their peripheral chemosensory organs may change during postembryonic development.
The temperature influences considerably on the precocious growth of the animal during the planktonic postembryonic phase and during the first periods of benthic life.
The bactericidal agent triclosan modulates thyroid hormone-associated gene expression and disrupts postembryonic anuran development.
Although cocoon care and postembryonic development in spiders have been thoroughly studied, spiderling emergence is only known from a few observations, mainly in Araneomorphae (Eason 1964; Engelhard 1964; Fujii 1978; Vannini et al.
Since incubation temperature can significantly affect subsequent postembryonic behavior, it may have acted as a strong selective agent in the evolution of therm-regulatory behavior in lycosids.