myoblast

Cell that by fusion with other myoblasts gives rise to myotubes that eventually develop into skeletal muscle fibres. The term is sometimes used for all the cells recognisable as immediate precursors of skeletal muscle fibres. Alternatively, the term is reserved for those post-mitotic cells capable of fusion, others being referred to as presumptive myoblasts. ...

myoblast

<pathology> Cell that by fusion with other myoblasts gives rise to myotubes that eventually develop into skeletal muscle fibres. The term is sometimes used for all the cells recognisable as immediate precursors of skeletal muscle fibres. Alternatively, the term is reserved for those post mitotic cells capable of fusion, others being referred ...
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myoblast

(mi´o-blast) an embryonic cell that becomes a cell of muscle fiber. adj., myoblas´tic., adj.
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myoblast

(from the article `human embryology`) Much of each somite differentiates into myoblasts (primitive muscle cells) that become voluntary muscle fibres. Aggregations of such fibres become ...
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myoblast

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′ō-blast Definitions: 1. A primordial muscle cell with the potentiality of developing into a muscle fiber. Synonyms: sarcoblast, sarcogenic cell
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