postembryonic


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postembryonic

(pōst′ĕm-brē-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Following the embryonic stage of development.
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Our results support the findings of Fox and Czesak (2000): species that do not show a quantity-quality tradeoff are often iteroparous, use adult-acquired resources for reproduction, or provide postembryonic parental care, all of which are characteristics of P.
The bactericidal agenttriclosan modulates thyroid hormone-associated gene expression and disrupts postembryonic anuran development.
Nevertheless, this interpretation will need to be confirmed with evidence from studies of postembryonic development.
Mo et al., "The ATP-binding cassette transporter ABCB19 regulates postembryonic organ separation in Arabidopsis," PloS One, vol.
Evidence has been presented to support the concept that malignant tumors are postembryonic differentiations superimposed upon the process of tissue maintenance and renewal.
Parichy, "Critical early roles for col27a1a and col27a1b in zebrafish notochord morphogenesis, vertebral mineralization and postembryonic axial growth," PLoS ONE, vol.
While a third case has alluded to this particular complication, it has been disregarded by previous scholarly journals as "confirmed [6]." Bleeding, similar to the previous cases [4, 5], was found to originate from the artery of Sampson, a vessel which is normally obliterated in postembryonic development but which can persist as a branch of the uterine artery that runs along the length of the uterine round ligament in adult females.
Maldonado, "A stem cell proliferation burst forms new layers of P63 expressing suprabasal cells during zebrafish postembryonic epidermal development," Biology Open, vol.
Season-dependent postembryonic maturation of the diurnal rhythm of melatonin biosynthesis in the chicken pineal gland.
Most of the studies target the postembryonic periods (HERNANEZ-RAMIREZ et al., 2008) of insects, but they should be essentially about spreading stages of the organism, such as females and eggs.
Postembryonic ontogeny of the spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus intermontanus (Anura: Pelobatidae): External morphology.