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em•bry•o•troph



Pronunciation: (em'brē-u-trof", -trôf"), [key]
n. Embryol.
the nutrient material, composed chiefly of secretions from the uterine glands, degenerating uterine tissue, and substances in the maternal blood, that nourishes a mammalian embryo prior to the formation of the placenta. Cf. hemotroph.

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