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Neural plate


The neural plate is thick and flat bundle of ectoderm which develops in the embryo into the nervous system. In the development sequence, the neural plate forms the neural tube which then forms the CNS (central nervous system), comprised by the spinal cord and the brain. Masses of tissue called the neural crest separate from the neural tube and form the cord's sensory neurons .


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