Fig. 70. Diagram to show how the ectodermal cells of the Medullary Plates are differentiated into nerve cells or neuroblasts and supporting cells or spongioblasts
(After Prenant.) The central canal is being enclosed by upgrowth of the medullary plates.
B, B, ectoderm ; C, sensory cell in ectoderm ; D, D, cells which become enclosed in posterior root ganglion ; E, E, nerve cells which connect the sensory and motor cells ; F, F, motor cells in anterior horn ; G, G, muscle plates.
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