[ splangk-nuh-ploo r ]
/ ˈsplæŋk nəˌplʊər /
the double layer formed by the association of the lower layer of the lateral plate of mesoderm with the underlying entoderm, which develops into the embryonic viscera.
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Origin of splanchnopleure
OTHER WORDS FROM splanchnopleuresplanch·no·pleu·ral, splanch·no·pleu·ric, adjective
Words nearby splanchnopleure
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Example sentences from the Web for splanchnopleural
The cleavage of the mesoblast is still progressing, and the yolk is completely invested by a splanchnopleural sack.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)|Francis Maitland Balfour
Medical definitions for splanchnopleural
[ splăngk′nə-plur′ ]
A layer of embryonic cells formed by association of part of the mesoderm with the endoderm and developing into the wall of the viscera.
Other words from splanchnopleuresplanch′no•pleur′ic adj.
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