Definitions for hypoblastˈhaɪ pəˌblæst

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

hy•po•blastˈhaɪ pəˌblæst(n.)

  1. the endoderm of an embryo.

    Category: Developmental Biology

  2. the cells entering into the inner layer of a young gastrula, capable of becoming endoderm and, to some extent, mesoderm.

    Category: Developmental Biology

Origin of hypoblast:

1820–30

hy`po•blas′tic(adj.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. endoderm, entoderm, endoblast, entoblast, hypoblast(noun)

    the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the digestive and respiratory systems

Wiktionary

  1. hypoblast(Noun)

    A type of tissue that forms from the inner cell mass and later is incorporated into the endoderm

Webster Dictionary

  1. Hypoblast(noun)

    the inner or lower layer of the blastoderm; -- called also endoderm, entoderm, and sometimes hypoderm. See Illust. of Blastoderm, Delamination, and Ectoderm

Freebase

  1. Hypoblast

    The hypoblast is a tissue type that forms from the inner cell mass. It lies beneath the epiblast and consists of small cuboidal cells. Extraembryonic endoderm is derived from the epiblast which displaces the hypoblast cells. The absence of hypoblast results in multiple primitive streaks in chicken embryos.

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