embryology

[ em-bree-ol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF embryology

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We cannot pursue the mind into embryology: we can only trace how, after birth, it begins to grow.

See further the same author's article "Embryology" in the Ency.

This comparison I have been able to make from a study of the embryology of Isotoma.

Is there any fallacy in speaking of the Embryology of the New Life?

But that belongs to the domain of Embryology, which is a separate science.

He is not only a master of zoology, but has a good command of botany and embryology.

The same holds good with the evidence from Embryology and from Palontology.

Until then embryology had been regarded as a purely descriptive science.

The embryology of Blatta germanica and Doryphora decimlineata.

The whole of embryology, in every department, is made up of examples of the same law.

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