Endoderm Development Movie

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This animation shows the early development of endoderm forming the gastrointestinal tract, yolk sac and allantois. The movie starts approximately week 3 and continues through week 4.

Yellow shows the general lining of the yolk sac (bottom), continuous with the endoderm of the trilaminar embryonic disc (top) during week 3. As the trilaminar disc folds in this week, the foregut and hindgut regions become separated from the external yolk sac. The midgut region remains open to the yolk sac and will separate later.

Foregut - Begins at the buccopharyngeal membrane, the foregut region in the head is now called the pharynx. At the lower end of the pharynx a ventral bud forms, that will later form the respiratory tract. Beneath this region the tube grows rapidly forming a dilation of the tube, that will later form the stomach. Beneath this region is the boundary of the foregut and ventrally lies the transverse septum.

Midgut - Broadly open to the external yolk sac then with continued folding narrows to a "tube-like" connection the yolk stalk. This stalk will later degenerate and all connection will normally be lost. The yolk sac is pushed to the periphery by the growing amniotic sac, with its connecting yolk stalk in the umbilicus region. The midgut region also grows in length forming a loop lying outside the ventral body wall.

Hindgut - The loop of midgut renters the body and the ventral portion of the hindgut extends as a blind-ended tube, or diverticulum, into the connecting stalk. This endoderm extension can be seen in histological sections of the initial placental cord and is called the allantois. The hindgut extends caudal (tailward) ending at the cloacal membrane.

Links: MP4 labeled version | MP4 unlabeled version | MP4 large unlabeled version | Gastrointestinal Tract Development | Lecture - Endoderm Development | Gastrointestinal Tract Movies

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 ‎‎Amniotic Cavity
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 ‎‎Week 3 Mesoderm
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 ‎‎Week 3
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 ‎‎Amniotic Cavity
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 ‎‎Endoderm
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 ‎‎Stomach Rotation
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 ‎‎Tract Growth
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 ‎‎Greater Omentum
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 ‎‎Lesser sac
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 ‎‎Urogenital Septum
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 ‎‎GIT Stage 13
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 ‎‎GIT Stage 22
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 ‎‎Sagittal GIT
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 ‎‎GIT Motility
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 ‎‎Gastroschisis
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 ‎‎Omphalocele
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Stage 13 (week 5) Stage 22 (week 8) Stage 23 (week 8) GIT Abnormalities Ultrasound

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Here is a quick description of the endoderm events during week 3 and 4 in developing the gastrointestinal tract.

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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, September 18) Embryology Endoderm Development Movie. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Endoderm_Development_Movie

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