germinal[ jur-muh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF germinal
Synonyms for germinal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GERMINAL
No doubt he often supplied the germinal ideas, while his assistants only carried them out.
A bioplast, they tell us, is a germinal point in germinal matter or bioplasm.
These people have no idea of germinal cells or their conjugation.
The germinal vesicle is so simple that it may be defined in a line.
Blastoderm: the germinal membrane from which the organs of the embryo are formed.
The generalizations are very crude and vague in their germinal forms.
It behaves as germinal matter, and they do not hesitate to regard it as such.
The germinal vesicle is so simple, that a line will contain all that can be said of it.
But in the germinal man, nature does adopt just this method.
Darwin thought the whole came from half a dozen germinal forms.