Connective Tissue Development
Connective tissues in the body region have a mesoderm origin, while in the head region neural crest also contributes to these tissues.
Blood is a liquid connective tissue (More? Blood Development).
- Loose and dense connective tissue
- Reticular connective tissue
- Adipose Tissue
- Mesenchymal connective tissue
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Some Recent Findings
Somite - Dermatome
The dermis and hypodermis layers of the skin.
The body wall connective tissue.
The lamina propria and submucosa layers of the gastrointestinal tract wall.
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