OTHER WORDS FROM preformationpre·for·ma·tion·ar·y, adjective
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Let us first cast a historical glance at the older ontogeny, and the theory of preformation which is connected with it.
In any case, we can state today that the cytoplasm contains the rough preformation of the future embryo.The Organism as a Whole|Jacques Loeb
It is interesting to display the essential contrast between preformation and epigenesis in the poetical words of Wolff himself.
In this respect it is like its predecessor, the theory of preformation of the eighteenth century.
Preformation, identical with the original meaning of evolution, which see.