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2007+FIB+development - Lecture 26 When the egg and sperm...

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Lecture 26 When the egg and sperm fuse they form a ___________. This divides to form the ___________, a solid ball of cells. An inner cavity called the ____________ forms, to form a hollow ball called a ___________. Gastrulation leads to ________ germ layers called the ________, ________ and ________. During gastrulation, cells migrate into the cavity called the ___________. This is a critical event called _______________ In frogs, cells on the dorsal surface of the embryo roll over the edge of the __________ ___________ of the blastopore into the interior. The epidermis and nervous system are formed from _____________ The skeleton and muscle is formed from ___________ The digestive tract is formed from ___________ . Above the Archenteron (primitive gut), the ___________ is formed from dorsal mesoderm. This induces formation of the ___________ ___________ that originates as a plate of dorsal ectoderm. This folds in to make the ___________ ___________ which will form the brain and spinal cord (CNS).
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