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A_celomC_F05 - C lomand Visce e ra Body cavities and soft...

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1 Celom and Viscera Celom and Viscera Body cavities and soft organs Dr. S. C. Williams
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2 Introduction Introduction The celom is a space that  develops within the embryonic  mesoderm The soft viscera is located  within the celomic space Epithelial membranes line the  celomic cavity and support and  suspend organs  The celom gives rise to the  thoracic and abdominopelvic  cavities
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3 Topic Topic  of of  Discussion Discussion Body cavities Epithelial linings Tube within a tube plan Membrane configurations Peritoneal cavities Pelvic cavity Thoracic cavities Quadruped cavities
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4 Body Cavities Body Cavities Posterior:    cranial and spinal cavities Anterior:   pleural, mediastinal, pericardial, and  abdominopelvic
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5 Origin of the Celom Embryonic germ cell layers Ectoderm Mesoderm Endoderm Mesoderm gives rise to a space called the celom
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