embryotrophe

noun
em·​bry·​o·​trophe | \ ˈem-brē-ə-ˌtrōf \
variants: or embryotroph \ -​ˌträf , -​ˌtrȯf \

Medical Definition of embryotrophe

: the pabulum of uterine tissue fluids and cellular debris that nourishes the embryo of a placental mammal prior to the establishment of the placental circulation — compare hemotrophe, histotrophe

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