Definition of Morula. Meaning of Morula. Synonyms of Morula

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Definition of Morula

Morula
Morula Mor"u*la, n.; pl. Morul[ae]. [NL., dim. of L. morum a mulberry.] (Biol.) The sphere or globular mass of cells (blastomeres), formed by the clevage of the ovum or egg in the first stages of its development; -- called also mulberry mass, segmentation sphere, and blastosphere. See Segmentation.

Meaning of Morula from wikipedia

- A morula (Latin, morus: mulberry) is an early-stage embryo consisting of 16 cells (called blastomeres) in a solid ball contained within the zona pellucida...
- which undergoes many cleavages to develop into a ball of cells called a morula. Only when the blastocoele is formed does the early embryo become a blastula...
- division occurs which results in the formation of the morula, or a solid ball of cells. The morula is the precursor structure to the blastula, which is...
- rotational cleavage until they are at the 16-cell stage called the morula. The morula has a small group of internal cells surrounded by a larger group of...
- Lebogang Ghiba Morula (sometimes spelt Lebohang) (born 22 December 1968 in Brits, North West) is a retired South African football player. Morula started his...
- result that different kittens in a litter may have different fathers. The morula forms 124 hours after conception. At 148 hours, early blastocysts form....
- 1853) Morula striata (Pease, 1868) Morula whiteheadae Houart, 2004 Subgenus Morula Morula albanigra Houart, 2002 Morula anaxares (Kiener, 1835) Morula angulata...
- Acronicta morula, the ochre dagger moth, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found from Saskatchewan to Nova Scotia, south to Florida, west to Texas...
- mammalian embryo. Semidiagrammatic. z.p. Zona pellucida. p.gl. Polar bodies. a. Two-cell stage. b. Four-cell stage. c. Eight-cell stage. d, e. Morula stage....
- (2010). "Morula (Morula) marginalba (Blainville, 1832)". World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 2012-05-31. Des Beechey (2012). "Morula marginalba...
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