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Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation

by Peter Ward, PhD
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    The lecture Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation by Peter Ward, PhD is from the course Early Development and the Organogenic Period. It contains the following chapters:

    • Changes in the Ectoderm which form the Neural Tube
    • Failure of the Neural Folds

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    1. Ectoderm
    2. Intermediate mesoderm
    3. Lateral plate mesoderm
    4. Endoderm
    5. Paraaxial mesoderm
    1. Intermediate mesoderm
    2. Ectoderm
    3. Lateral plate mesoderm
    4. Endoderm
    5. Paraaxial mesoderm
    1. Neural crest
    2. Neural tube
    3. Neural canal
    4. Surface ectoderm
    5. Intermediate mesoderm
    1. Anencephaly
    2. Microcephaly
    3. Spina bifida
    4. Myeloschisis
    5. Meningocoele
    1. Spina bifida occulta
    2. Myeloschisis
    3. Meningocoele
    4. Anencephaly
    5. Microcephaly

    Author of lecture Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation

     Peter Ward, PhD

    Peter Ward, PhD


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    Great lecture but needs more questions
    By Ramil D. on 10. September 2018 for Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation

    Clear and concise. Also appreciate the pace that he was going. Wish there were more questions though

     
    Understandable
    By foday K. on 26. May 2018 for Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation

    It was easy for me to follow the professor as he was explaining the materials. I could understand the concepts and the process.

     
    Great lecture
    By Bruno T. on 20. May 2018 for Ectoderm Derivatives and Neurulation

    The lecture was clear and the material is high quality. I wish it was made a little bit clearer what the neural plate is.