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Thus, great size in an organism is likely to be produced at the expense of the germinal cell-forming molecules.
As the bone grows, the germinal layer of the epidermis grows with it.
From the commencement of the month of Germinal the reorganisation of the army of Italy had proceeded with renewed activity.
MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, COMPLETELOUIS ANTOINE FAUVELET DE BOURRIENNE
The significance of these differences depends largely on whether they are germinal, or merely the results of social tradition.
APPLIED EUGENICSPAUL POPENOE AND ROSWELL HILL JOHNSON
In the youngest egg which I had, the germinal disc was already divided into four segments by two furrows at right angles.
They number ninety volumes; the dossier alone of Germinal forms four volumes of five hundred pages.
The entire future individual develops from the cells of the germinal area.
This was the germinal idea which grew into the "Madonna in Gloria."
THE MADONNA IN ARTESTELLE M. HURLL
Two germinal layers are constantly found, which correspond in a general way to the epiblast and hypoblast.
In all cases the contents of the germinal vesicle remain in the ovum.

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