Blastulation, Biology

Blastulation 

Formation of blastula from morula is called as blastulation.

During early cleavage the blastomere maintain spherical shape and mulberry like, this stage of embryo is called morula (L. morum - mulberry).

The blastula has a layer of blastomere is called blastoderm. It has a central space called blastocoel.

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