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Student Projects: 1 Cerebral Cortex | 2 Kidney | 3 Heart | 4 Eye | 5 Lung | 6 Cerebellum
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Heart

Introduction

The cardiovascular system is the first system to develop and function in the human embryo, and at week four of prenatal development, the heart begins to beat. At the beginning of stage nine (middle of week three) we see the functional folding of the neural plate and development of the neural tube give rise to the differentiation of the germ layers into products that eventually form the fully functional embryonic heart. Advances in technology, ‘coupled with the use of suitable animal models’ has allowed the evolution of our understanding of embryological cardiac developmental, and allows us to observe how it has stemmed from the more “classical accounts”.

The cardiovascular system is the first system to develop and function in the human embryo. Its normal development is vital for fetal life and any defects occurring in its developmental processes can lead to continental heart abnormalities. Advances in technology, ‘coupled with the use of suitable animal models’ has allowed the evolution of our understanding of embryological cardiac developmental and the mechanism underlying this development. This knowledge assists our understanding of how heart abnormalities arise and the possible treatments to be developed in the future.


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Developmental Origin

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Developmental Timeline

Embryonic Developmental Timeline

Historic Developmental Timeline

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Developmental Signalling Processes

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Current Research And Findings

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[| Effect of maternal position on fetal behavioural state and heart rate variability in healthy late gestation pregnancy]

[| Acidic fibroblast growth factor and heart development. Role in myocyte proliferation and capillary angiogenesis]

[|The Role of Na+/Ca2+ Exchanger 1 in Maintaining Ductus Arteriosus Patency]


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Glossary of Terms

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References

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