Definition of chorion
: the highly vascular outer embryonic membrane of reptiles, birds, and mammals that in placental mammals is associated with the allantois in the formation of the placenta
Origin and Etymology of chorion
New Latin, from Greek, afterbirth
First Known Use: 1545See Words from the same year
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