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=Ectoderm Development=
 
=Ectoderm Development=
 
== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
This lecture will cover the early development of the ectoderm layer of the trilaminar embryo. Note that we will be returning to discuss both neural (central nervous system; brain and spinal cord) and neural crest (peripheral nervous system; sensory and sympathetic ganglia) development later in teh current course.
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This lecture will cover the early development of the ectoderm layer of the trilaminar embryo. Note that we will be returning to discuss neural (central nervous system; brain and spinal cord), neural crest (peripheral nervous system; sensory and sympathetic ganglia) and epidermis (skin contribution) development later in the current course.
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==Lecture Objectives==
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* Understanding of events during the third and fourth week of development
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* Understanding the process of notochord formation
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* Understanding the process of early neural development
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* Brief understanding of neural crest formation
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* Brief understanding of epidermis formation
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* Understanding of the adult components derived from
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* Brief understanding of early neural abnormalities
  
 
==UNSW Embryology Links==
 
==UNSW Embryology Links==

Revision as of 14:43, 10 August 2009

Ectoderm Development

Introduction

This lecture will cover the early development of the ectoderm layer of the trilaminar embryo. Note that we will be returning to discuss neural (central nervous system; brain and spinal cord), neural crest (peripheral nervous system; sensory and sympathetic ganglia) and epidermis (skin contribution) development later in the current course.

Lecture Objectives

  • Understanding of events during the third and fourth week of development
  • Understanding the process of notochord formation
  • Understanding the process of early neural development
  • Brief understanding of neural crest formation
  • Brief understanding of epidermis formation
  • Understanding of the adult components derived from
  • Brief understanding of early neural abnormalities

UNSW Embryology Links

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