trophectoderm

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trophectoderm

 [trof-ek´to-derm]
the earliest trophoblast.

troph·ec·to·derm

(trof-ek'tō-derm),
Outermost layer of cells in the mammalian blastodermic vesicle, which will make contact with the endometrium and take part in establishing the embryo's means of receiving nutrition; the cell layer from which the trophoblast differentiates.
[troph- + ectoderm]

trophectoderm

troph·ec·to·derm

(trof-ek'tō-dĕrm)
Outermost layer of cells in the mammalian blastocyst, which will make contact with the endometrium and take part in establishing the embryo's means of receiving nutrition; the cell layer from which the trophoblast differentiates.

trophectoderm

the earliest trophoblast.
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