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synonyms for embryonic

  • evolving
  • immature
  • incipient
  • undeveloped
  • beginning
  • developing
  • early
  • elementary
  • germinal

antonyms for embryonic

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  • adult
  • developed
  • grown
  • mature
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New research suggests they reset to their lowest biological age in early embryonic development, with potential ramifications for longevity science.
HARVARD SCIENTISTS PINPOINT ‘GROUND ZERO’ OF AGING IN MOUSE EMBRYO STUDYEDD GENTJUNE 28, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
These regions were once thought not to contain any important genetic information but they are now known to contain genes that are involved in fundamentally important processes such as the formation of organs during embryonic development.
WHY IT TOOK 20 YEARS TO ‘FINISH’ THE HUMAN GENOME—AND WHY THERE’S STILL MORE TO DOMELISSA SOUTHEYJUNE 13, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
There are no embryonic materials or placenta in the vaccines.
FIVE DAYS, 100 VACCINE DOSES AND A WILDFIRE OF CONSPIRACY THEORIESJOSE DEL REALMAY 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As a newly minted PhD in 1987, Belmonte published one of his first scientific papers, reporting the results of a study in which he took embryonic cells from a mouse limb and grafted them onto the beginnings of a wing of a chicken embryo.
SCIENTISTS REPORT CREATING THE FIRST EMBRYO WITH HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN PRIMATE CELLSALICE PARKAPRIL 15, 2021TIME
Experts shared their views on whether spiral-shaped clouds in deep space were far-off entire galaxies of stars, like the Milky Way, or embryonic solar systems just now forming within the Milky Way.
WE’VE COVERED SCIENCE FOR 100 YEARS. HERE’S HOW IT HAS — AND HASN’T — CHANGEDTOM SIEGFRIEDAPRIL 2, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
This type of cell signaling happens constantly during embryonic development, and it’s one way that neighboring cells control one another’s fate — the type of tissue each cell ultimately becomes.
CELLS FORM INTO ‘XENOBOTS’ ON THEIR OWNPHILIP BALLMARCH 31, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
In a publication today in the journal Nature, the Israeli team describes a series of experiments in which they added toxins, dyes, viruses, and human cells to the developing embryonic mice, all to study what would occur.
A MOUSE EMBRYO HAS BEEN GROWN IN AN ARTIFICIAL WOMB—HUMANS COULD BE NEXTANTONIO REGALADOMARCH 17, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The action would come at a time when scientists are making remarkable progress in growing embryonic cells and watching them develop.
SCIENTISTS PLAN TO DROP THE 14-DAY EMBRYO RULE, A KEY LIMIT ON STEM CELL RESEARCHANTONIO REGALADOMARCH 16, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Before Dolly, most scientists doubted that a mammal could be cloned from an adult cell, although some cases of cloning from embryonic cells had been reported.
TOP 10 SCIENCE ANNIVERSARIES TO CELEBRATE IN 2021TOM SIEGFRIEDFEBRUARY 3, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Throughout the 1980s, narratives in video games were still in an embryonic stage.
THE BEST PRESIDENTS IN VIDEO GAMESGENE PARKJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO EMBRYONIC

  • beginning
  • blossoming
  • burgeoning
  • bursting forth
  • embryonic
  • fledgling
  • fresh
  • germinal
  • germinating
  • growing
  • incipient
  • maturing
  • nascent
  • opening
  • potential
  • promising
  • pubescent
  • pullulating
  • shooting up
  • sprouting
  • vegetating
  • young
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