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What does the intermediate mesoderm, lateral plates, and paraxial mesoderm give rise to later in development?
The intermediate mesoderm gives rise to the urogenital system, and the lateral plate mesoderm is involved in body folding.The two columns of paraxial mesoderm, one on either side of the notochord and the developing neural tube, differentiate and segment into blocks of tissue called somites.
What tissues does the ectoderm give rise to?
Ectoderm: central nervous system, epidermis (skin) and its appendages (hair and nails), mammary glands, pituitary gland, subcutaneous glands, and enamel of teeth.
What tissues does the mesoderm give rise to?
Mesoderm: connective tissue, cartilage, bone, striated and smooth muscle; heart, blood and lymphatic vessels; kidney, ovaries and testes, genital ducts; serous membranes lining the body cavities (pericardial, pleural, and peritoneal); spleen and adrenal cortex.
What does the endoderm give rise to?
Endoderm: epithelial lining of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts; parenchyma of the thyroid and parathyroid glands, tonsils, liver and pancreas, thymus; epithelial lining of the urinary bladder and most of the urethra, and the epithelial lining of the tympanic cavity, tympanic antrum and auditory tube.
What do neural crest cells give rise to?
Neural crest cells (which were derived from neuroectoderm): spinal (dorsal root), cranial (CNs V, VII, IX, X) and autonomic ganglia; ensheathing (Schwann) cells of the peripheral nervous system; pigment cells of the epidermis, the adrenal medulla, the arachnoid and pia maters, and more.