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blasto-

or blast-
pref.
Bud; germ; budding; germination: blastocyst.

[From Greek blastos, bud, germ, of unknown origin.]
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blasto-

combining form
(in biology) indicating an embryo or bud or the process of budding: blastoderm.
[from Greek blastos; see -blast]
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blasto-

a combining form meaning “bud, sprout,” “embryo,” “formative cells or cell layer”: blastoderm. Compare -blast.
[< Greek, comb. form of blastós a bud, sprout]
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