Ectomere



[ek-tuh-meer] /ˈɛk təˌmɪər/

noun, Embryology.
1.
any of the blastomeres that participate in the development of the ectoderm.
/ˈɛktəʊˌmɪə/
noun
1.
(embryol) any of the blastomeres that later develop into ectoderm

ectomere ec·to·mere (ěk’tə-mēr’)
n.
Any of the blastomeres from which the ectoderm develops.
ec’to·mer’ic (-mēr’ĭk, -měr’-) adj.

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