- a specialist in embryology.
Origin of embryologist
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Examples from the Web for embryologist
After talking with Samson and an embryologist in India, the couple drove to Chicago to meet with Samson.
Instead, they're found by a social worker at an NGO, according to embryologist Samit Sekhar.
I intend to have no children—it is an embryologist who is speaking.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916
The illustration and proof of this law is the work of the embryologist.The Whence and the Whither of Man
John Mason Tyler
The second birth is scarcely less perplexing to the theologian than the first to the embryologist.Natural Law in the Spiritual World
These discoveries were confirmed and extended for the 135chick by the embryologist Huschke, a pupil of Oken.Form and Function
E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The embryologist developes its wonders as it makes 'the bones to grow in the womb of her that is with child.'Lux Mundi
- A specialist in embryology.
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