Definition of Epiboly. Meaning of Epiboly. Synonyms of Epiboly

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Definition of Epiboly

Epiboly
Epiboly E*pib"o*ly, n. [Cf. Gr. ? a throwing upon.] (Biol.) Epibolic invagination. See under Invagination.

Meaning of Epiboly from wikipedia

- layers. Epiboly has been most extensively studied in zebrafish as their development allows for an easy visualization of the process. Epiboly in zebrafish...
- surface of the amphibian blastula that will eventually be internalized by epiboly. Frank J. Dye (21 February 2012). Dictionary of Developmental Biology...
- gastrulation: 1) in****tion 2) involution 3) ingression 4) delamination 5) epiboly. Gastrulation is highly variable across the animal kingdom but has underlying...
- completely engulfed by the prospective ectoderm, as these top cells undergo epiboly, where the ectoderm cells divide in a way to form one layer. This creates...
- In the context of the embryo, active vegetal rotation, together with epiboly of the animal cap ectodermal cells, appears to bring the vegetal mesendoderm...
- following processes occur to place the cells in the interior of the embryo: Epibolyexpansion of one cell sheet over other cells[2] Ingression – migration...
- is radial and indeterminate. 4) The gastrulation in annelids occurs by epiboly and in Balanoglossus by emboly. 5) The coelom of annelid is schizocoelic...
- during embryonic development such as apical constriction, in****tion, and epiboly. These movements are critical for shaping the embryo and creating the complex...
- limit anisotropic tissue tension in epithelial spreading during zebrafish epiboly". Nature Cell Biology. 15 (12): 1405–14. doi:10.1038/ncb2869. PMID 24212092...
- without a clear central cavity. Elysia chlorotica gastrulation is by epiboly: the ectoderm spreads to envelope the mesoderm and endoderm. After the...