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ORGANOGENESIS
DEVELOPMENTAL CASCADE
PERIOD
NEWLY
RATS
RABBITS
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS
ANTERIOR REGION
EMBRYO
CELL SHAPE
HISTOGENESIS
PROCESS
FLORETS
NOTOCHORD
CELLS
ORGANS
EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT
EMBRYOGENESIS
NEURULATION
DEVELOPMENT
MORPHOGENESIS
GERM LAYERS
GASTRULATION
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Definitions

  1. Organogenesis is the process by which specific organs and structures are formed, and involves both cell movements and cell differentiation.
  2. Organogenesis is a complex process that results from sequential and reciprocal cell and tissue interactions.
  3. Organogenesis is a stage of animal development where the ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm develop into the internal organs of the organism.
  4. Organogenesis is a high-energy-requiring process.
  5. Organogenesis is a leader in tissue engineering; its Apligraf® living skin construct is the flagship of the company.

Organogenesis

  1. In animal development, organogenesis is the process by which the ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm develop into the internal organs of the organism.
  2. These stages are categorized as the periods of embryogenesis (cleavage and gastrulation) and organogenesis (formation of organs and organ systems).
  3. Through these processes (cleavage, gastrulation, neurulation, organogenesis), the organs are formed until the embryo is half formed.

Developmental Cascade

  1. Organogenesis of the eye is a striking example of a developmental cascade of inductions.

Period

  1. A staging system for mouse embryos - specifically over the period from just before gastrulation to the beginning of organogenesis.

Newly

  1. Gastrulation is followed by organogenesis, when individual organs develop within the newly formed germ layers.

Rats

  1. A behavioral teratology study was conducted in rats dosed during the period of organogenesis.

Rabbits

  1. The developmental toxicity of the anticonvulsant agent gabapentin was evaluated in mice, rats, and rabbits treated by gavage throughout organogenesis.

Molecular Mechanisms

  1. Understanding the molecular mechanisms by which distinct cell fate is determined during organogenesis is a central issue in development and disease.

Anterior Region

  1. During organogenesis, the anterior region had poor organization of the neural tissues and poor development of the forebrain.

Embryo

  1. Embryo and fetal death but no birth defects were observed in rabbits given oral doses of the active metabolite (1.5 times the MRHD) during organogenesis (1).

Cell Shape

  1. Changes in cell shape and cell position are involved in cleavage, gastrulation, and organogenesis.

Histogenesis

  1. Poulson, D.F. (1950). Histogenesis, organogenesis and differentiation in the embryo of Drosophila melanogaster.
  2. The meristems have an indeterminate growth pattern that result in the occurrence of growth, organogenesis, and histogenesis throughout the life of the plant.

Process

  1. Organogenesis is the process of organ formation.
  2. Health hazards related to Organogenesis The process of organogenesis goes in normal way as long as teratogens are not in place.

Florets

  1. Organogenesis of functional spikelets and florets was similar to that previously described in maize and teosintes.

Notochord

  1. The completion of gastrulation is followed by the first events of organogenesis: the formation of the neural tube, notochord, and somites.

Cells

  1. The cells of germ layers differentiate to form different organ systems (organogenesis).
  2. An embryo undergoing organogenesis is a rapidly changing organism with heterogeneous tissues and cells.
  3. The first evidence of organogenesis is morphogentic changes (folds, splits, condensation of cells) that occur in the layered embryonic tissues.

Organs

  1. Various regions of the three embryonic germ layers develop into the rudiments of organs during the process of organogenesis.

Embryonic Development

  1. The first trimester corresponds approximately to embryonic development (week 1 to 8) of organogenesis and early fetal.

Embryogenesis

  1. Using key regulators of organogenesis (STM) and embryogenesis (LEC1 and FUS3) processes, we analyzed asexual reproduction in Kalanchoë leaves.

Neurulation

  1. After gastrulation, during neurulation and organogenesis, the anterior end begins to develop and then the posterior region begins to form.
  2. Neurulation is a part of organogenesis in vertebrate embryos.

Development

  1. Development in Organogenesis If any damage results to any organ systems of the body then it results in some type of birth defect during this phase.
  2. Differentiation and derivation of tissues and organs during development is called organogenesis.
  3. In animals, the development of the zygote into an embryo proceeds through specific recognizable stages of blastula, gastrula, and organogenesis.

Morphogenesis

  1. As organogenesis progresses, morphogenesis and cell differentiation refine the organs that form from the three germ layers.
  2. Later stages of development such as neurulation, morphogenesis, and organogenesis are clearly observable.
  3. Society for Developmental Biology - Resource for gametogenesis, fertilization through to organogenesis and morphogenesis.

Germ Layers

  1. Before histogenesis and organogenesis the primitive embryonic structures have been already formed: germ layers, neural tube, notochord, coeloms, somites.
  2. Germ layers will eventually give rise to all of an animal’s tissues and organs through a process called organogenesis.
  3. The germ layers in organogenesis differ by three processes: folds, splits, and condensation.

Gastrulation

  1. The embryonic development of the egg consists of four major steps: cleavage, gastrulation, neurulation, and organogenesis (Burton, 1987).
  2. Gastrulation is followed by the organogenesis, during which the individual organ anlagen of the embryo are set up within the newly formed germ layers.
  3. Once gastrulation is complete, all germ layers are in the correct location and further growth and organogenesis begins.

Categories

  1. Nature > Life > Animals > Gastrulation
  2. Germ Layers
  3. Science > Biology > Developmental Biology > Morphogenesis
  4. Neurulation
  5. Embryogenesis
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