Definition of ingression in English:

ingression

noun

  • See ingress

    • ‘Nevertheless reorganization of the tissues by ingression or delamination to form multilayered larvae does occur during embryogenesis in many sponge groups, and is considered to represent gastrulation.’
    • ‘The ingression of the Internet into marketing has not changed the fact that buyers value things differently and are in different circumstances.’
    • ‘The fate maps of the different vertebrates are thus similar when one looks at the relationship between the germ layers and the site of ingression of cells at gastrulation.’
    • ‘The building has always had water ingression problems.’
    • ‘As a corollary we suggest that the primitive mode of gastrulation was by ingression or delamination, not invagination.’

Pronunciation

ingression

/ɪnˈɡrɛʃ(ə)n/