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The entire nervous system, as will presently be described, has a common origin. It is derived from an anlage that is very early differentiated from the ectoderm as the neural or medullary plate. The description of its development will be taken up under the following headings: [[[[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-1|1, the histogenesis of the nervous tissues]]; [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-2|2, the development of the central nervous system]]; [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-3|3, the development of the peripheral nervous system]]; and, [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-4|4, the development of the sympathetic nervous system]].
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The entire nervous system, as will presently be described, has a common origin. It is derived from an anlage that is very early differentiated from the ectoderm as the neural or medullary plate.
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The description of its development will be taken up under the following headings: [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-1|1, the histogenesis of the nervous tissues]]; [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-2|2, the development of the central nervous system]]; [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-3|3, the development of the peripheral nervous system]]; and, [[Book - Manual of Human Embryology 14-4|4, the development of the sympathetic nervous system]].
 
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==Chapter Table of Contents==
 
==Chapter Table of Contents==
 
[[File:Keibel_Mall_2_030.jpg|thumb|Profile views of the brains of human embryos as seen during the third, fourth, and eighth weeks. (After {{His}})]]
 
[[File:Keibel_Mall_2_030.jpg|thumb|Profile views of the brains of human embryos as seen during the third, fourth, and eighth weeks. (After {{His}})]]

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XIV. The Development of the Nervous System

By GEORGE L. STREETER, Ann Arbor, Mich.


The entire nervous system, as will presently be described, has a common origin. It is derived from an anlage that is very early differentiated from the ectoderm as the neural or medullary plate.


The description of its development will be taken up under the following headings: 1, the histogenesis of the nervous tissues; 2, the development of the central nervous system; 3, the development of the peripheral nervous system; and, 4, the development of the sympathetic nervous system.

George Linius Streeter (1873-1948)

Chapter Table of Contents

Profile views of the brains of human embryos as seen during the third, fourth, and eighth weeks. (After Wilhelm His (1831-1904))
  1. Histogenesis of Nervous Tissue
  2. Development of the Central Nervous System
  3. Peripheral Nervous System
  4. The Sympathetic Nervous System



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