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embryonic

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of or relating to an embryo
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The rule of trustworthy development is this: Whatever is found in the fully grown adult already existed embryonically in the child (iam in seminis), so that nothing truly new appears in old age (23.
Beginning embryonically in 2002, and more robustly since 2005, leaders at Cleveland Clinic have been enabling multiple capabilities for patient-provider and provider-patient communications and patient engagement, leading up to the automated release of most ambulatory care physician notes to the MyChart solution late in 2013.
When confronted with Hemingway's personal copy of his ninth-grade English textbook, one may perhaps be forgiven for hoping that it might contain marginalia that would indicate, however embryonically, his future status as a Nobel-prize-winning writer.
So many images, from the reflection of Earth repeatedly spinning in to view on Stone's visor, to her later curled up embryonically inside a space capsule, stay with you long after the film is over.
71) A variant of ANT would alter the enucleated egg or both the egg and the somatic cell so that together they would form a biologically but not an embryonically human artifact.
With the stylohyoid ligament and the small horn of the hyoid bone, the styloid process forms the stylohyoid apparatus, which arises embryonically from the Reichert cartilage of the second branchial arch.
Embryonically, the endoderm gives rise to the linings of the nose, pharynx, larynx, tonsils, the lungs, the digestive system, the liver and the pancreas, the urinary tract as well as the epithelial tissue of the thyroid and parathyroid.
The reason that Arnold can fuse these two genres, or at least attempt to, is that they share a common pattern, embryonically present in Gray's "Elegy," of following the human mind as it grapples with a problem--death or loss--and then arrives at some sense of consolation, resolution, or acceptance.
They say that a mutation in this signalling pathway induces dramatic and embryonically lethal malformations in the early developmental stage, such as the formation of just one central eye.
The managed money--that crucial object that affords Foodcard purchases--exists embryonically, distributed in the system (computers, databases, code, technicians and coffee mugs, one imagines).