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LOWER SCLEROTOME
SOMITES
BASAL LAMINA
MYOTOME
SCLEROTOME
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Definitions

  1. The sclerotome is made of mesoderm and originates from the ventromedial part of the somites.
  2. Anterior sclerotome is presumed to be the only somitic tissue that guides neural crest cells as they migrate ventrally. (Web site)

Lower Sclerotome

  1. The centra develop by union of the caudal half of one sclerotome and the cranial half of the next lower sclerotome.

Somites

  1. The sclerotome is made of mesoderm and originates from the ventromedial part of the somites.

Basal Lamina

  1. Third, crest cells invade sclerotome only when they fail to contact this basal lamina. (Web site)

Myotome

  1. Together they give rise to the axial skeleton (from the sclerotome), associated musculature (from the myotome), and dermis (from the dermatome). (Web site)

Sclerotome

  1. The notochord disappears in the sclerotome (vertebral body) segments, but persists in the region of the intervertebral discs as the nucleus pulposus.
  2. As a somite matures, the ventral region gives rise to a mesenchymal cell population, the sclerotome, that forms the axial skeleton. (Web site)
  3. The cells of the sclerotome are largely derived from those forming the core of the myocœl, and lie next the notochord. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Myotome
  2. Basal Lamina
  3. Somite
  4. Nucleus Pulposus
  5. Notochord
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