entoderm

[en-tuh-durm]

Origin of entoderm

First recorded in 1875–80; ento- + -derm
Related formsen·to·der·mal [en-tuh-dur-muh l] /ˌɛn təˈdɜr məl/, en·to·der·mic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for entoderm

entoderm

noun
  1. embryol another name for endoderm
Derived Formsentodermal or entodermic, adjective
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entoderm in Medicine

entoderm

[ĕntə-dûrm′]
n.
  1. Variant ofendoderm
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