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Keywords and Sections
NEUROBLAST LINEAGES
LATERAL
FOLDS
ECTODERM
CELLS
NEURAL TUBE
NEURAL FOLDS
MESODERM
NOTOCHORD
SURFACE ECTODERM
NEUROECTODERM
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Neuroblast Lineages

  1. II. Neuroblast lineages derived from the dorsal part of the neuroectoderm.

Lateral

  1. Thus, the overexpression of Relax in Xenopus embryos fosters ectopic neurogenesis both in the neuroectoderm and in the lateral and ventral epidermis.

Folds

  1. During prenatal development, neuroectoderm thickens into the neural plate, which then folds into a neural groove by the time somites appear.

Ectoderm

  1. The Anterior Epiblast generates the Neuroectoderm and the Ectoderm that covers the surface of the Embryo. (Web site)

Cells

  1. The cells that remain in the epiblast create the intraembryonic (embryonic) ectoderm, or neuroectoderm. (Web site)

Neural Tube

  1. Neuroectoderm - the portion of the ectoderm that gives rise to the neural tube and neural crest. (Web site)

Neural Folds

  1. As described, the primary defect is a failure of the neural folds to fuse in the midline and form the neural tube, which is neuroectoderm.

Mesoderm

  1. It results in failure to properly form both the mesoderm and neuroectoderm.

Notochord

  1. The ectoderm that lies immediately above the notochord is called the neuroectoderm, and gives rise to the entire nervous system.
  2. The ectoderm overlying the notochord is induced to form the neuroectoderm. (Web site)

Surface Ectoderm

  1. The process of disjunction involves the separation of surface ectoderm from the lateral margins of the neuroectoderm.

Neuroectoderm

  1. The root cause of an encephalocele is the failure of surface ectoderm to separate from the neuroectoderm early in embryonic development.
  2. The notochord sends signals to the overlying ectoderm, inducing it to become neuroectoderm, composed of neuronal precursor (or stem) cells. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Surface Ectoderm
  2. Overlying Ectoderm
  3. Notochord
  4. Inducing
  5. Lateral Margins
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