BIO411-2011-13-Paraxial, Lateral Mesoderm

BIO411-2011-13-Paraxial, Lateral Mesoderm - Paraxial and...

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Paraxial and Lateral Plate Mesoderm, some Neural Crest, and Endoderm Bio 411
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Osteogenesis endochondral ossification: cartilage intermediate is formed first, and is then replaced by bone intramembranous (dermal) ossification: direct conversion of mesenschymal tissue to bone (i.e., no cartilage intermediate) dermacan aggrecan
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Intramembranous ossification many craniofacial bones derived from neural crest cells
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many craniofacial bones derived from neural crest cells Intramembranous ossification
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most craniofacial bones derived from neural crest cells most bones of the axial and appendicular skeleton derived from mesoderm Endochondral ossification
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most craniofacial bones are derived from neural crest cells most bones of the axial and appendicular skeleton derived from mesoderm Endochondral ossification
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Endochondral ossification wild-type sox9 mutant wild-type fgfr3 gain-of- function
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Endochondral ossification wild-type fgfr3 gain-of- function human sox9 mutation: campomelic dysplasia
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Development of the kidney
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BIO411-2011-13-Paraxial, Lateral Mesoderm - Paraxial and...

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