endoblast

[en-duh-blast]

Origin of endoblast

First recorded in 1890–95; endo- + -blast
Related formsen·do·blas·tic, adjective
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endoblast

noun
  1. embryol a less common name for endoderm
  2. another name for hypoblast (def. 1)
Derived Formsendoblastic, adjective
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endoblast in Medicine

endoblast

[ĕndə-blăst′]
n.
  1. Variant ofentoblast
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