blastocyst

In mammalian development, cleavage produces a thin-walled hollow sphere, whose wall is the trophoblast, with the embryo proper being represented by a mass of cells at one side. The blastocyst is formed before implantation and is equivalent to the blastula.

Blastocyst

The blastocyst is a structure formed in the early development of mammals. It possesses an inner cell mass (ICM) which subsequently forms the embryo. The outer layer of the blastocyst consists of cells collectively called the trophoblast. This layer surrounds the inner cell mass and a fluid-filled cavity known as the blastocoel. The trophoblast giv...
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Blastocyst

• (n.) The germinal vesicle.
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blastocyst

(blas´to-sist) the mammalian conceptus in the postmorula stage, consisting of an embryoblast (inner cell mass) and a thin trophoblast layer enclosing a blastocyst cavity.
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Blastocyst

(“blast”) Blastocyst is the last stage of development an embryo must reach before it is implanted in the uterine wall. Only about one-third of the embryos become blastocysts. Usually after five to six days of incubation.
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Blastocyst

Blas'to·cyst noun [ Greek blasto`s sprout + English cyst .] (Biol.) The germinal vesicle.
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blastocyst

a distinctive stage of a mammalian embryo. It is a form of blastula that develops from a berrylike cluster of cells, the morula. A cavity appears in ... [5 related articles]
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blastocyst

An early stage of the developing embryo.
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Blastocyst

An embryo with a fluid-filled blastocele cavity which develops five to six days after fertilization.
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Blastocyst

Blastocyst: A thin-walled hollow structure in early embryonic development that contains a cluster of cells called the inner cell mass from which the embryo arises. The outer layer of cells gives rise to the placenta and other supporting tissues needed for fetal development within the uterus while the inner cell mass cells gives rise to the tissues ...
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blastocyst

Human blastocyst A preimplantation embryo. The blastocyst consists of a sphere made up of an outer layer of cells (trophectoderm), a fluid-filled cavity (blastocoel), and a cluster of cells on the interior (inner cell mass). The outer layer of cells goes on to form the placenta. The inner clust...
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blastocyst

In mammalian development, cleavage produces a thin walled hollow sphere, whose wall is the trophoblast, with the embryo proper being represented by a mass of cells at one side. The blastocyst is formed before implantation and is equivalent to the blastula. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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blastocyst

In mammals, the hollow ball of cells which is an early stage in the development of the embryo, roughly equivalent to the blastula of other animal groups
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blastocyst

Mammalian embryo at the stage at which it is implanted into the wall of the uterus. [9]
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Blastocyst

Stage of development of the embryo about 5 – 6 days after fertilisation. (AIHW Assisted conception Australia and New Zealand 1999 and 2000, definitions)
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Blastocyst

The developmental stage of the fertilized ovum by the time it is ready to implant; formed from the
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Blastocyst

The early stage in the development of the mammalian embryo (often the point at which development is arrested in delayed implantation).
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Blastocyst

The embryo at the time of implantation into the inner wall of the uterus. A blastocyst contains a single layer of outer cells, a fluid-filled cavity and a mass of inner cells. The surface cells of the blastocyst will become the placenta while the inner cells will become the fetus.
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blastocyst

The fertilised egg at around the stage when it enters the uterus. The blastocyst continually and rapidly divides into more and more cells on the way to becoming an embryo.
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blastocyst

The fertilized egg (zygote) once it enters the uterus
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Blastocyst

The rapidly dividing fertilised egg at around the stage when it enters the uterus.
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Blastocyst

The rapidly dividing fertilized
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Blastocyst

The rapidly dividing fertilized egg when it enters the mother's uterus.
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blastocyst

Type: Term Pronunciation: blas′tō-sist Definitions: 1. The modified blastula stage of mammalian embryos, consisting of the embryoblast or inner cell mass and a thin trophoblast layer enclosing the blastocystic cavity or blastocele. Synonyms: blastodermic vesicle
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