embryo

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Synonyms for embryo

Synonyms for embryo

a source of further growth and development

Synonyms for embryo

(botany) a minute rudimentary plant contained within a seed or an archegonium

an animal organism in the early stages of growth and differentiation that in higher forms merge into fetal stages but in lower forms terminate in commencement of larval life

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The Catholic church has a distinct position on the sanctity of early embryonic life.
Studies such as this could help answer questions about the first few weeks of embryonic life and perhaps give scientists clues to uncovering the secrets of other genes associated with congenital heart disease, the researchers add.
Oman's insurance sector is small, but rapidly growing in both global and regional terms, with an embryonic life segment.
As Pope John Paul put it: embryonic life is authentic human life.
What Bush did not do was cross the moral line again, if you will, and he managed to straddle the political line nicely, given his earlier courting of antiabortion forces with words that left the impression that he regarded embryonic life as inviolable from the earliest moments.
He is calling on President Bush to show some consistency in his policies regarding embryonic life by retracting his support for Title X.
Omans insurance sector is small and rapidly growing in both global and regional terms, with an embryonic life segment.