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CNS
Ectoderm
Epidermis
Ectoderm
Mammary Glands
Ectoderm
Pituitary Gland
Ectoderm
Subcutaneous Glands
Ectoderm
Enamel of teeth
Ectoderm
Hair and Nails
Ectoderm
Connective Tissue
Mesoderm
Cartilage
Mesoderm
Bone
Mesoderm
Striated and Smooth Muscle
Mesoderm
Heart
Mesoderm
Blood and Lymphatic Vessels
Mesoderm
Kidney
Mesoderm
Ovaries and Testes
Mesoderm
Genital Ducts
Mesoderm
Serous Membranes
Mesoderm (Pericardial, pleural, peritoneal)
spleen
mesoderm
adrenal cortex
mesoderm
lining of GI tract
endoderm
lining of respiratory tract
endoderm
parenchyma of thyroid and parathyroid glands
endoderm
tonsils
endoderm
liver
endoderm
pancreas
endoderm
thymus
endoderm
epithelial lining of urinary bladder
endoderm
most of urethra
endoderm
epithelia linind of tympanic cavity, antrum and auditory tube
endoderm
spinal (dorsal root) ganglia
neural crest
cranial and autonomic ganglia
neural crest
Schwann cells of PNS
neural crest
pigment cells of epidermis
neural crest
adrenal medulla
neural crest
arachnoid and pia maters
neural crest
neural crest
neuroectoderm
extraembryonic mesoderm
produced by cells lining exocoelomic cavity (primative yolk sac)
embryonic endoderm
epiblast
intraembryonic mesoderm
epiblast
embryonic ectoderm
epiblast
mouth
oropharyngeal membrane
anus
cloacal membrane
neural tube
embryonic ectoderm
amnioblasts
epiblast
trophoblast
outer cell layer of blastocyst
embryoblast
inner cell mass of blastocyst
blastocyst prodective outer layer, shed in uterine cavity, allows for rapid growth
zona pellucida
layer of blastocyst that invades uterine wall
syncytiotrophoblast
later of blastocyst that provides new cells
cytotrophoblast
Human chorionic gonadotropin produced by...
syncytiotrophoblast cells (