We shall not hesitate to call by its proper name what we believe we have proved about morphogenetic phenomena.
I have read, among other things, your monograph on the morphogenetic achievements of the original sulcate cell.
The sentiment intérieur is therefore the cause not only of instinctive action but also of all morphogenetic processes.
The hypothesis of the morphogenetic importance of protoplasm had thus been proved.
What we have described is not the only instance of our new type of morphogenetic systems.
The totality of the line of morphogenetic facts can easily be resolved into a great number of distinct processes.
Let us try then to see what causal relations Wilhelm Roux established with the aid of morphogenetic experiment.
There is no quantitative correspondence between our cause and the morphogenetic effect.
This experiment seems to place the morphogenetic importance of protoplasm beyond all doubt.
morphogenesis mor·pho·gen·e·sis (môr'fō-jěn'ĭ-sĭs)
Differentiation of cells and tissues in the early embryo which results in establishing the form and structure of the various organs and parts of the body.