adverb see embryology

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  • embryologically — adverb Regarding embryology See Also: embryologic, embryological …   Wiktionary

  • embryologically — adv. in an embryologic manner (all that is related to the formation and development of a fetus) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • embryologically — em·bry·o·log·i·cal·ly …   English syllables

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