Definition of Embryonate. Meaning of Embryonate. Synonyms of Embryonate

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Definition of Embryonate

Embryonate
Embryonate Em"bry*o*nate, Embryonated Em"bry*o*na`ted, a. (Biol.) In the state of, or having, an embryonal.

Meaning of Embryonate from wikipedia

- Embryonated, unembryonated and de-embryonated are terms generally used in reference to eggs or, in botany, to seeds. The words are often used as professional...
- observed in fecal samples but never become infective. Fertilized eggs embryonate and become infective after 18 days to several w****s in soil, depending...
- vaccinations. CCEEVs use inactivated rabies virus grown from either embryonated eggs or in cell cultures and are safe for use in humans and animals....
- definitive host. Depending on the species, it will either be non-embryonated (immature) or embryonated (ready to hatch). The eggs of all trematodes (except schistosomes)...
- ("six hooked") larva. A gravid proglottid can contain more than 50,000 embryonated eggs. Gravid proglottids often rupture in the intestine, liberating the...
- only eukaryotic cell without the globular protein G-actin. Eggs may be embryonated or unembryonated when p****ed by the female, meaning their fertilized...
- reproductive systems. Thus, reproduction is by self-fertilisation. From humans, embryonated eggs, called oncospheres, are released with faeces and are transmitted...
- used water buffalo, whilst only 3 made vaccine in cell culture and 3 in embryonated hens' eggs. English vaccine was occasionally made in sheep during World...
- alternatives to growth in culture or animals. Some viruses may be grown in embryonated eggs. Another useful identification method is Xenodiagnosis, or the use...
- to new victims, showed any hint of success." In 1931, viral growth in embryonated hens' eggs was reported by Ernest William Goodpasture and colleagues...
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