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or blas·to·coele  (blăs′tə-sēl′)
The fluid-filled, central cavity of a blastula. Also called segmentation cavity.

blas′to·coe′lic adj.


(Biology) of or relating to the blastocoel
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Adj.1.blastocoelic - of or relating to a segmentation cavity
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Innovative studies also address the aneuploidy rate in oocytes derived from natural menstrual cycles versus those obtained after gonadotropin stimulation, characterizing the bacterial flora or "microbiome" of the endometrium, analysis of DNA from the blastocelic cavity of embryos, and a paired randomized controlled trial analyzing different methods of extended embryo culture to the blastocyst stage.