Origin of chorion
OTHER WORDS FROM chorioncho·ri·on·ic, cho·ri·al, adjectivesub·cho·ri·on·ic, adjective
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How to use chorion in a sentence
The first thing that is formed is the amnios; the next the chorion; and they enwrap the seed round like a curtain.
The whole being surrounded by two membranous coverings, the outer one called the chorion, and the inner one the amnion.
Twins coming from one egg have the same chorion and can thereby be diagnosed as such.The Organism as a Whole|Jacques Loeb
It also sometimes brings away part of the amnios, and even the chorion, upon its head like a cap.Buffon's Natural History, Volume III (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon
The surface of the chorion is covered evenly with minute villi, constituting a diffuse non-deciduate placenta.