Embryogenesis


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Embryogenesis

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Animal embryogenesis is the process by which the embryo develops from the fertilised egg cell. Important events that occur during embryogenesis are gastrulation, formation of the early nervous system and initiation of organogenesis.

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121 skos:definition Gastrulation is the process during which the early sphere-like embryo of most animals is dramatically re-organised by the inward migration of cells on the outside of the embryo. During gastrulation, the three primary germ cell layers that will give rise to specific tissues and organs are formed.
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128 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/embryogenesis
129 skos:definition Neurulation is the process in which the neural plate, a flat structure of ectodermal tissue in the vertebrate embryo, folds to form the neural tube, a hollow tube that gives rise to the brain and spinal cord. Certain congenital defects of the central nervous system such as spina bifida result from failure of the neural tube to close during neurulation.
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