critical stage


critical stage
критический период индивидуального развития
Период онтогенеза, характеризующийся повышенной вероятностью появления различных аномалий развития; у насекомых к К.п.и.р. относятся все этапы смены фаз развития (вылупление личинки из яйца, превращение личинки в куколку, выход имаго из куколки), у позвоночных один из наиболее К.п.и.р. — гаструляция gastrulation; также период развития клеточной культуры или этап клеточного цикла, на которых клетки наиболее чувствительны к факторам внешней среды.

Англо-русский толковый словарь генетических терминов. — М.: Изд-во ВНИРО. . 1995.

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