[ trip-loh-blas-tik ]
/ ˌtrɪp loʊˈblæs tɪk /
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having three primary germ layers, as the embryos of vertebrates.
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How to use triploblastic in a sentence
A diploblastic condition of the organism preceded, as we have seen, the triploblastic.
Very little is known with reference to the origin of the generative cells in the triploblastic Invertebrata.
British Dictionary definitions for triploblastic
/ (ˌtrɪpləʊˈblæstɪk) /
(of all multicellular animals except coelenterates) having a body developed from all three germ layersCompare diploblastic
Word Origin for triploblastic
C19: from triplo- threefold (from Greek triploos) + -blast
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