Mesenchyma

Mes·en'chy·ma noun [ New Latin , from Greek me`sos middle + -enchyma , as in English parenchyma .] (Biol.) The part of the mesoblast which gives rise to the connective tissues and blood.
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mesenchyma

<biology> The part of the mesoblast which gives rise to the connective tissues and blood. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Middle + -enchyma, as in E. Parenchyma. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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mesenchyma

(mez-eng´kĭ-mә) the meshwork of embryonic connective tissue in the mesoderm; from it are formed the connective tissues of the body as well as blood vessels and lymph vessels. adj., mesen´chymal., adj.
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Mesenchyma

• (n.) The part of the mesoblast which gives rise to the connective tissues and blood.
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mesenchyma

mesenchyma The part of the mesoblast which gives rise to the connective tissues and blood. This chym- unit is directly related to the chyl- family group.
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mesenchyma

Type: Term Pronunciation: mĕ-seng′ki-mă, mĕ-zeng′ Synonyms: mesenchyme
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