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Definition of Evagination

Evagination
Evagination E*vag`i*na"tion, n. An outgrowth or protruded part.
Evagination
Evagination E*vag`i*na"tion, n. [L. evaginatio an extending, evaginare to unsheathe; e out + vagina sheath.] The act of unsheathing.

Meaning of Evagination from wikipedia

- Endodermic e****tion relates to the inner germ layers of cells of the very early embryo, from which is formed the lining of the digestive tract, of...
- In embryogenesis, Rathke's pouch is an e****tion at the roof of the developing mouth in front of the buccopharyngeal membrane. It gives rise to the...
- Prostate Details Precursor Endodermic e****tions of the urethra Artery Internal pudendal artery, inferior vesical artery, and middle rectal artery Vein...
- factors involved in eye formation. Eye morphogenesis begins with the e****tion, or outgrowth, of the optic grooves or sulci. These two grooves in the...
- layers of dura mater (endosteal and meningeal) which are part of an e****tion of the cerebellar tentorium near the apex of the petrous part of the...
- photoreceptive, the third eye). These structures arise as a single anterior e****tion of the pineal organ or as a separate outgrowth of the roof of the diencephalon...
- equids (horses) and some rodent-like species such as the desert hyrax, an e****tion of the Eustachian tube is known as the guttural pouch and is divided...
- everts once the organism is inside the small intestine. This process of e****tion is stimulated by bile juice and digestive enzymes (of the host). Then...
- other cells will compensate. In deuterostomes the mesoderm forms as e****tions of the developed gut that pinch off to form the coelom. This process...
- fifth cervical segment to the third thoracic segment, a series of short e****tions from each segment grows dorsally and extends caudally, fusing successively...