- (Chiefly in science fiction) the development of embryos in artificial conditions outside the uterus.More example sentences
- And yet, the prospect of ectogenesis raises questions of more immediate significance, and thinking about this future prospect compels us to examine some current practices.
- The article also mentions that the research involved in ectogenesis may not be completed in the US due to our exceedingly silly restrictions on stem cell and IVF laws.
- When being utilised in this way, ectogenesis raises few new ethical issues.
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- It suggests that there is no way of telling if children produced by ectogenesis will turn out to be normal, without actually producing an ectogenetic child.
- It was in 1951 that Dupont and Schwarz produced the first ectogenetic child.
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