postembryonic


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postembryonic

(pōst′ĕm-brē-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Following the embryonic stage of development.
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Postembryonic development of the dorsal chaetotaxy in Seira dowlingi (Collembola, Entomobryidae); with an analysis of the diagnostic and phylogenetic significance of primary chaetotaxy in Seira.
Osmoregulation pattern and salinity tolerance of the white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone, 1931) during postembryonic development.
capensis it is developed in postembryonic stages, appearing in adults (Skinner 1973).
A remarkable but under-investigated example is the thickening of plant stems and roots: It is a purely postembryonic growth process and the group of stem cells responsible the cambium is derived from and embedded in fully differentiated tissues.
Biological activity of neolignans on the postembryonic development of Chrysomya megacephala.
Hemocytes of representatives of Dictyoptera order are motile ones; phagocytes are represented at all stages of their life circle and form cellular component of insects' congenital immune system at postembryonic stage of life [7, 8, 9].
2009) Association of inherited thrombophilia with embryonic and postembryonic recurrent pregnancy loss.
Postembryonic development and reproduction in Corcyra cephalonica (Stainton) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) on exposure to eucalyptus and neem oil volatiles.
Postembryonic development of Gonatopus lunatus Klug (Hymenoptera: Dryinidae: Gonatopodinae), with remarks on its biology.
Compared to other regions of the brain, the hypothalamus is relatively unstudied as a model of postembryonic neurogenesis," Dorsky said.