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- Bone Growth and Remodeling The skeletal system develops from the mesoderm, the thin middle layer of embryonic tissue.
- Bone growth in embryonic development can occur in two mechanisms, either with intramembranous ossification or endochondral ossification.
- A number of early Black Sabbath tracks, such as "Black Sabbath" are often considered embryonic or prototypical doom metal songs.
- The actual replacement of cartilage by bone is only part of the process, however; much of the bone is laid down directly external to the embryonic cartilage.
- Accessory - Adventitious - Axillary - Dormant - Flower bud - Lateral - Leaf bud - Mixed - buds that have both embryonic flowers and leaves.
- Chang FLF, Steedman JG, Lund RD (1984) Embryonic cerebral cortex placed in the occipital region of newborn rats makes connections with the host brain.
- In vertebrates the neural tube, like most of the embryonic organs, shows discreet areas of programmed cell death at several stages during development.
- When the embryonic prosencephalon fails to divide the brain into two lobes, it results in a condition known as holoprosencephaly.
- The anterior pituitary is derived from the ectoderm of the roof of the embryonic mouth.
- NTDs arise when the neural tube, the embryonic precursor of the brain and spinal cord, fails to close during neurulation.
- It arises in the earliest weeks of embryonic development and eventually it specializes in making up connective tissues.
- This new germ layer is the intraembryonic (embryonic) endoderm.
- One in four women experience early pregnancy failure due to reasons such as spontaneous abortion, anembryonic gestation, and embryonic or fetal death.
- The spleen appears in the embryo about the fifth week, as a localized thickening of the mesoderm, or middle layer of the embryonic cell.
- During the fourth week of development, the neural plate invaginates along the embryonic midline to form the neural groove.
- Blood coagulation factor X deficiency causes partial embryonic lethality and fatal neonatal bleeding in mice.
- They have an important role during embryonic development on the embryonic patterning and early skeletal formation.
- Investigation of newborn or embryonic day 15.5 (E15.5) to E17.5 null mice revealed that the development of several bones in the skull was abnormal.
- The adrenal medulla forms from ectoderm (outer layer) very near the embryonic spinal cord.
- This distinctive part of the brain is derived from the rhombic lips, thickenings along the margins of the embryonic hindbrain.
- Synopsis: Currently, women with missed abortion (i.e., anembryonic gestation or embryonic death) are offered expectant observation or surgical curettage.
- The embryonic thyroid originated in the floor of the pharynx and it can be detected as a midline thickening, as early as day 24.
- Craniopharyngioma: A type of benign brain tumor that emerges develops from embryonic tissue that forms part of the pituitary gland.
- Patterning the embryonic kidney: BMP signaling mediates the differentiation of the pronephric tubules and duct in Xenopus laevis.
- The chorion, which completely surrounds the embryo and other embryonic membranes, functions in gas exchange.
- There are three stages in the embryonic development of teeth, the Bud Stage, the Cap Stage and the Bell Stage.
- Somites: segments of the embryonic body.
- Somites develop toward the end of the third week of embryonic development.
- Connective tissues are believed to arise from an embryonic tissue called mesenchyme.
- Upon germination, the cotyledon may become the embryonic first leaves of a seedling.
- Between the time an egg is fertilized and the spider begins to take the shape of a spider is referred to as the embryonic stage (Foelix, 1996).
- Differentiation of embryonic stem cell lines generated from adult somatic cells by nuclear transfer.
- The root cause of an encephalocele is the failure of surface ectoderm to separate from the neuroectoderm early in embryonic development.
- The Embryonic Epiblast contains all the cells that will generate the actual embryo.
- Differentiation of osteoblasts and in vitro bone formation from murine embryonic stem cells.
- Early during normal embryonic development, the skeleton mainly consists of cartilage that is gradually replaced by bone (ossification).
- Epidermis and nervous system have the same embryonic origin: the ectoderm.
- The embryonic origin of connective tissue mast cells.
- The region of embryonic development, called the embryonic shield, consists of two epithelial layers—an upper ectoderm and an underlying endoderm.
- By the 18 th day, the embryo has begun to become elevated from the surface of the embryonic shield.
- Fate of Germinal Layers in Embryonic Development The 3 germ layers give rise to definite organs and organ systems.
- In the developing fetus, the CNS originates from the neural plate, a specialised region of the ectoderm, the most external of the three embryonic layers.
- Crow is a supporter of embryonic stem cell research, which the Catholic church considers akin to abortion.
- A seed is a small embryonic plant enclosed in a covering called the seed coat, usually with some stored food.
- Highlights (continue) Embryonic disc = • the cells of the inner cell mass multiply, and arranged to form an embryonic disc having two germ layers.
- Cells of the epiblast continue to proliferate and migrate to the center of the embryonic disc.
- The inner cell mass below the amniotic cavity flattens into an embryonic disc that will form the embryo.
- Brain: Diencephalon Diagram depicting the main subdivisions of the embryonic vertebrate brain.
- Fail:EmbryonicBrain.png Diagram depicting the main subdivisions of the embryonic vertebrate brain.
- Development of lymphatic tissue Lymphatic tissues begin to develop by the end of the fifth week of embryonic life.
- The embryonic disc is also called the blastoderm, the blastodisc, the disc of blastomeres or, at later stages, the blastula.
- Embryonic stem cells: Stem cells that are harvested from a blastocyst.
- In marsupials, the separation of embryonic and trophoblastic areas of the blastocyst is less distinct than in eutherians [ 1].
- The leaves of the embryonic plant are collectively called the epicotyl.
- Medicine > Anatomy > Tissues > Ectoderm
- Nature > Life > Animals > Embryo
- Medicine > Anatomy > Tissues > Mesoderm
* Embryonic Axis
* Embryonic Cells
* Embryonic Day
* Embryonic Development
* Embryonic Disk
* Embryonic Duct
* Embryonic Ectoderm
* Embryonic Form
* Embryonic Germ Cells
* Embryonic Leaf
* Embryonic Lethality
* Embryonic Mesoderm
* Embryonic Period
* Embryonic Root
* Embryonic Shoot
* Embryonic Stage
* Embryonic Stages
* Embryonic Stem Cells
* Embryonic Structure
* Embryonic Tissues
* First Time
* Human Embryonic Stem Cell
* Human Embryonic Stem Cells
* Life Cycle
* Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
* Nervous System
* Neural Development
* Neural Tube
* Situ Hybridization
* Stem Cells
* Three Embryonic Germ Layers
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