NeuralCrestDevelopment

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The Development and Migration of Neural Crest Cells
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Neural Crest Cells arise during the process of Neurulation
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Neural crest cells originating at different points along the anterior- posterior axis migrate differently.
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Five Regions Cranial Neural Crest Cardiac Neural Crest Trunk Neural Crest Vagal and Sacral Neural Crests
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Cranial Neural Crest Cells Migrate to the face and pharyngeal arches These cell populations give rise to: Facial bones Connective tissues Cartilage Nerves Odondoblast Schwann cells
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Cardiac Neural Crest Cells Migrate to the presumptive heart to form:
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Unformatted text preview: Aortic septum dividing the aorta and pulmonary arteries. Smooth muscle in the aorta and pulmonary arteries. Trunk Neural Crest Cells Divide into two groups: Cells that migrate dorsolaterally populate the skin and give rise to pigment cells. Cells that migrate ventrolaterally give rise to the epinephrine-producing cells of the adrenal gland and the neurons of the sympathetic nervous system Vagal and Sacral Neural Crest Cells Develop into the parasympathetic ganglia...
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