Essentials of Human Embryology
This is the condensed version of Human Embryology 2nd Edition by William J. Larsen. This consice textbook provides detailed coverage of the concepts and principles that underlie human development. The book provides a view of exciting applications that are currently in use or are on the horizon.
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Applications to Clinical Practice
Development of the Gastrointestinal Tract
Development of the Urogenital System
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abdominal abnormal amniotic Anat arise arteries atrium axons blood body wall bone brain called canal cartilage caudal cavity cerebellar cerebral cervical chorionic chromosome congenital cranial nerve defects derived Dev Biol differentiate distal dorsal aorta ectoderm embryo endoderm extraembryonic female fetal fetus fibers fifth week folds follicle formation fourth week fuse ganglia ganglion gene genetic genital germ cells gives rise glands growth gut tube human inferior innervate lateral layer limb bud male malformations membrane mesencephalon mesenchyme mesentery mesoderm mesonephric ducts migrate mouse muscles mutation nasal neural crest cells neural plate neural tube neuroblasts neurons notochord nuclei oocyte pair pharyngeal arch placenta placode posterior primary primitive proliferation pulmonary region result rhombencephalon sclerotome segment sensory septum sex cords sinus sixth week somites spinal cord structures syndrome thoracic tion tissue tubules ureteric bud urogenital urogenital sinus veins ventral ventricle ventricular vertebral vesicle vitelline yolk sac
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