One of the segments first formed by the division of the ovum.
One of the cells formed by the cleavage of a fertilized egg.
one of the cells resulting from the cleavage of a fertilized ovum
A cell produced by the division of a fertilized egg.
Cell within the developing embryo. Each blastomere is capable of developing into an identical embryo until the embryo reaches about the 30-cell stage, after which the cells begin to differentiate into specific tissues.
A cell from a morula-stage embryo.
One of the cells in the morula; a collection of cells produced by the division of the zygote.
any cell resulting from cleavage of a fertilized egg
a cell from an embryo
Early in development, the daughter cells resulting from the cell divisions stick together, each individual cell is a blastomere
A cell contained within an early embryo (up to two days after conception, at which point the embryo comprises about 8 blastomeres).
Any of the cells in the early embryo produced as the results of cell division in the fertilised egg. A blastocyst is made up of many blastomeres. Bt toxins Insecticidal proteins produced by the soil micro-organism called Bacillus thuringiensis. Bt is an abbreviation of the name Bacillus thuringiensis. Bt crops Crop plants that contain genes for Bt toxins. Examples are BollgardÂ® cotton and IngardÂ® cotton.
A single cell of the early fertilized conceptus.
One of the cells in the early embryo produced as the result of cell division (cleavage) in the fertilized egg.
BLAS-toe-mere A cell in a preembryonic organism resulting from cleavage divisions. 218
One of the cells in an early embryo. Cervical mucus Mucus produced by the cervix which permits passage of sperm to the uterus and fallopian tubes. This mucus changes in volume and quality at the time of ovulation.
One of the cells produced by cleavage of a fertilized ovum.
A single cell within a pre-implantation embryo up to the morula stage of development. Each blastomere is totipotent and has the ability to develop into a whole embryo if it was removed and grown on its own.
Any one of the cells formed from the first few cleavages in animal embryology. The embryo usually divides into two, then four, then eight blastomeres, and so on.
A single cell from a developing embryo.
One of several dividing cells that make up the pre-embryo - a new mitotic division takes place approximately every twelve hours after fertilization.
Gr. blastos - germ, bud, shoot; meros - a part]. Cells produced by cleavage of the zygote.
One of the cells formed by division of the fertilized egg making up the blastula.
A cell produced during cleavage of a fertilized egg.
A blastomere is a type of cell produced by division of the egg after fertilization.