- the movement of cells to a new region.
- metastasis, when spontaneous.
Origin of implantation
Related Words for implantationhype, indoctrination, publicity, disinformation, propagation, breeding, procreation, implantation, pollination, concept, belief, creed, attitude, rule, tenet, precept, dogma, regulation, proposition, statement
Examples from the Web for implantation
Contemporary Examples of implantation
Fertilization rates and implantation rates were similar—about 35 percent.IVF for Just $300 Could Be a Reality Soon
Randi Hutter Epstein
August 31, 2013
This can radically upset her possibility of ovulation, fertilization, implantation, and even nurturing of a pregnancy.Todd Akin Finds a Friend in Dr. John Willke, a Pro-Life ‘Founding Father’
August 21, 2012
This can radically upset her possibility of ovulation, fertilization, implantation and even nurturing of a pregnancy."Legitimate Rape": An Old Right-Wing Trope
August 20, 2012
Historical Examples of implantation
The shape of the teeth and their implantation conform to the description of the type specimen.Two New Pelycosaurs from the Lower Permian of Oklahoma
Richard C. Fox
Can you say, ‘From God's hand I have received the granting and implantation of a new and better life?’
It is a new birth,—the imparting of a new life,—the implantation of a new nature,—the formation of a new man.The All-Sufficiency of Christ
Charles Henry Mackintosh
The pricking of the needle may carry in epithelium and implantation dermoids may arise.
(b) Solid Inoculum (or the implantation of capsules containing fluid cultivations).The Elements of Bacteriological Technique
John William Henry Eyre
1570s, from French implantation, noun of action from implanter (see implant (v.)).