Translation of embryo in Spanish:

embryo

embrión, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛmbriˌoʊ//ˈɛmbrɪəʊ/

noun

  • 1

    Biology Botany
    embrión masculine
    • The Japanese team believed that they could use two eggs to create a viable mouse embryo.
    • In the context of embryos in the womb, this is manifestly untrue.
    • However he says he and Antinori could implant a cloned human embryo later this year.
    • The embryo matures and the seed accumulates storage products, acquires desiccation tolerance, and loses water.
    • The eggs have to be turned to help the chick embryo develop into a healthy chick during the incubation period.
    • As starting material they used normal zygotic embryos from which callus cultures were established.
    • Consistent with these findings, Sxl-Pe is not activated in germ cells of blastoderm embryos.
    • The carbohydrate treatments during the maturation period also affected the ability of the embryos to develop into plants.
    • Another type of apomictic development has been reported to occur in the gymnosperm Cupressus dupreziana, where embryos develop from unreduced pollen grains.
    • It is crucial for the normal development of the nervous system and the growth of blood vessels in human and other animal embryos.
    • Implantation of the embryo in the womb may underlie many such cases.
    • Callus was formed on cotyledons, hypocotyls, and radicles of embryos.
    • Earlier this year he reportedly implanted a cloned human embryo in a woman's womb.
    • Meiotic spindles form after fertilization of the worm embryo in the same cytoplasm that later supports embryonic mitosis.
    • Out of 180 embryos processed, 109 had at least one analyzable metaphase.
    • The pathology of internal organs and skeleton in embryos was recorded.
    • The viruses rapidly kill off the chick embryos normally used in the vaccine production process.
    • The term referred to the embryo before its implantation in the womb.
    • Double fertilization of egg cell and central cell initiates development of the diploid embryo and the triploid endosperm, respectively.
    • No one has yet converted a single blastomere from an eight-cell embryo into a stem cell line.
    • The most common mutant phenotype was an embryo with a polar body near one end and the development of one or two spindles in the middle.
    • Normally occurring embryonic cell death is not present in wild-type blastoderm stage embryos.
    • During the autocatalytic cycle of growth and reproduction of higher plants, the embryo in the seed grows, under suitable conditions, to form a plant with leaves and roots.
    • A doctor caused worldwide shock and condemnation yesterday after claiming he had implanted a cloned human embryo in a woman.
    • At this phase of development, the embryo is called the blastocyst.
  • 2

    (rudiments, beginnings)
    germen masculine
    embrión masculine
    at the embryo stage en estado embrionario
    • He goes as long-awaited plans to create a new hub for Swindon are still at the embryo stage.
    • The design is still at its embryo stage, as it should be for an idea competition.