EMBRYOLOGY OF THE EYE
ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY OF THE EYE
EYE: OUTLINE OF ANATOMY
'I. Fibrous Tunic
° A. Sclera: Outer fibrous tunic
' B. Cornea: Anterior transparent portion; refractive
' C. Limbus: Sclerocorneal junction; contains outow apparatus fo
'Mesomere appeared all along the body and became segmented; each segment
termed a nephrotome.
-Each nephrotome contained a nephrocoel which opened to the coelom.
-The dorsolateral wall of each nephrotome produced a
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PARAXIAL MESODERM (EPIMERE; SOMITIC)
° Mesoderm that runs along the neural tube, continuous at rst but ultimately
segmented into somitomeres.
' Most of these are ultimately transformed into somites. In the chick a new
somite appears about ever
'microtubules, neurolaments, and microfilaments.
'Microfilaments are mostly associated with the cell membrane (actin).
'Microtubules are important in axonal transport (plus end toward the axonal
-Slow Transport (a
~Muscle differentiates under the inuenced of sequentially released myogenic
factors, proteins which regulate gene transcription.
-Mesenchyme: mitosis and transformation to myoblasts. Continued mitosis as