Origin of word embryos
Example from the web for embryos
It has, however, been shown that all embryos pass through this stage (gastrulation), and we again infer the existence of a common ancestor of corals, jelly-fishes, and anemones--are essentially of that structure.
These tribes are hardly embryos of nations to be, nor can they be entirely classified as the decadent remnants of perishing races.
In both of these embryos it should be noted that the ulna is complete and separate from the radius.
Words related to embryos
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|desk phone||a telephone set that sits on a desk or table|
|accrementition||The process of generation by development of blastema, or fission of cells, in which the new formation is in all respect like the individual from which it proceeds|
|one million million million||the number that is represented as a one followed by 18 zeros; "in England they call a quintillion a trillion"|
|else||(usually used with `or'') if not, then; "watch your step or else you may fall"; "leave or else I''ll get angry"|
|maybe||by chance; "perhaps she will call tomorrow"; "we may possibly run into them at the concert"; "it may peradventure be thought that there never was such a time"|
|ptenoglossate||Of or pertaining to the Ptenoglossa|
|A.M.||before noon; "let''s meet at 11 A.M."|