blastema

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From Ancient Greek βλάστημα (blástēma, sprout).

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blastema (plural blastemas or blastemata)

  1. (physiology) A clump of undifferentiated cells or blasts, from which an organ or body part will develop, either during the normal growth of an embryo or in the regeneration of a lost body part.

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