in vitro

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Mitoloji) hücre dışında yapay ortamda
(Tıp) camda
(Tıp) cam tüpte
(Gıda) canlı dışında
(Biyokimya) canlı dışı
(Tıp) laboratuvarda
(Tıp) in vitro
(Gıda) cam içinde
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) deney ortamında
Canlı organizmanın dışında, bir test tübü içinde
(Diş Hekimliği) cam içinde; cam test tüpü, veya kültür için kullanılan cam tabaklarda ( petri kutusu vb. ) yapılan gözlemlere ilişkin; canlı org dışında denenen
in vitro fertilization
Ana rahminin dışında (tüpte) döllenme
İngilizce - İngilizce
In an artificial environment outside the living organism
Outside a living organism, such as test tube experiment
Performed in a test tube or other laboratory apparatus
Literally, "in glass", meaning a reaction, process or experiment in a metaphorical test tube rather than in a living organism See also In vivo, In silico
Occurring outside an organism, in culture, or in an extract
in an artificial environment, especially test tube experiments involving a reaction of human tissue [Latin - in glass]
Outside a living organism
Studies performed outside a living organism such as in a laboratory
Literally, "in glass" or 'test tube" - used to refer to processes that are carried out outside the living body, usually in the laboratory, as distinguished from in vivo
in an artificial environment (i.e. test tube)
in an artificial environment outside the living organism; "an egg fertilized in vitro
Direct translation is "in glass" Describes biological reactions that take place in laboratory containers, such as test tubes Although they attempt to achieve conditions in living organisms, such reactions only simulate real-life situations
In vitro is a Latin term describing biological phenomena that are made to occur outside the living body (traditionally in a test tube)
in an artificial environment outside the living organism; "an egg fertilized in vitro"
Literally, “in glass,” i e , in a test tube or in the laboratory; the opposite of in vivo (in a living organism)
Literally, "in glass", meaning a reaction, process or experiment in a metaphorical test tube rather than in a living organism In MGI this term also applies to cDNA clones originating from tissue culture cells rather than from tissues from whole organisms See also In vivo, In silico
adj (in VEE-tro) In an artificial environment, such as a test tube, rather than inside a living organism
Latin for "in glass " Refers to studies done in a test tube or culture medium in the laboratory
A term applied to any study carried out in isolation from the living organism in an experimental system (applied to studies of biological functions or processes to contrast with in vivo studies)
Studies carried out in cell or culture systems outside the whole organism
in an artificial environment outside the living organism; "in vitro fertilization"
storage of living materials as tissue culture, and may include cryopreservation (storage at low temperature, usually in liquid nitrogen) - literally 'in glass' Experimental reproduction of biological processes in isolation from a living organism, e g tissue culture [CUB]
An event that occurs outside a living organism, such as cell culture studies conducted in petri dishes
Literally, "in glass " Performed in a test tube or other laboratory apparatus (Biotech Basics)
In vitro fertilization is a method of helping a woman to have a baby in which an egg is removed from one of her ovaries, fertilized outside her body, and then replaced in her womb
("In glass") An artificial environment created outside a living organism (e g , a test tube or culture plate) used in experimental research to study a disease or process
By derivation means "in glass" Refers to biological processes that occur in isolation from the original organism (e g , in a test tube)
Refers to a biologic or biochemical phenomenon that occurs outside of a living organism
Literally "in glass"; it describes whatever happens in a test tube or other receptacle, as opposed to in vivo When a study or an experiment is done outside the living organism, in test tube, it is done in vitro
Literally, "in glass", meaning a reaction, process or experiment in a metaphorical test tube rather than in a living organism In ZFIN this term also applies to cDNA clones originating from tissue culture cells rather than from tissues from whole organisms See also in vivo, in silico
in vitro fertilization
The fertilization of an egg by sperm outside of a woman's body; normally used as a treatment for infertility
in-vitro
Alternative spelling of in vitro
invitro
An intro that provides details of a forthcoming demoparty to which viewers are invited
in vitro fertilization
a process in which a human egg is fertilized outside a woman's body (in vitro ). or test-tube conception Procedure, used to overcome infertility, in which eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized with sperm outside the body, and inserted into the uterus of the same or another woman. The first child thus conceived was born in 1978. IVF includes extraction of eggs, collection of sperm, fertilization in culture, and introduction into the uterus at the eight-cell stage. In a successful procedure, the embryo is implanted in the uterine wall, and pregnancy begins. The most common problem is failed implantation. IVF has been a source of moral, ethical, and religious controversy since its development
in vitro fertilization
{i} IVF, fertilization of an egg outside of the body (i.e. test tube, petri dish)
in vitro fertilization
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in vitro fertilization
{i} artificial fertilization
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) in vitro
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