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In vertebrate embryonic development, a myotome is a group of tissues formed from somites that develop into the body wall muscle.
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Aspects of the topic myotome are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References division of somite ( in somite (germ layer) ) ...neural arches of the vertebrae; the dermatome, precursor of the connective tissue of the skin; and the myotome, or primitive muscle, from which the major muscles of vertebrates are derived. The term somite is...
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Myotome = musculature of back, ribs and limbs. Dermatome = skin on back ... (Somite/Somitomere/Sclerotome / Myotome/Dermatome) · Intermediate · Lateral plate ...
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What is myotome? Meaning of myotome medical term. What does myotome mean? ... myotome /myo·tome/ (mi'o-tōm) 1. an instrument for ... myotome (mīˈ··tīm) ...
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Myotome - Definition of Myotome at Dictionary.com a free ... Myotome Information. Find Free Reference & Encyclopedia Articles Quickly. ... myotome my·o ...
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The two myotome regions specified by different factors. • The epaxial myotome is specified by Wnt proteins from the dorsal neural tube ...
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The myotome in zebrafish retains a permanent record of original somite ... Although the contour of the myotome was complex at ages when vertebrae could be ...
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... mitotic progenitors colonizes the myotome, initially stemming from the extreme ... is sufficient to promote myotome colonization, whereas its absence drives ...
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The myotome of the adult zebrafish is composed of five distinguishable layers of ... I. Myotome shape and movements in the embryo. Z Anat Entwickl-Gesch 145: ...
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The dermomyotome then forms the dermotome (forms dermis) and myotome (forms muscle) ... The myotome differentiates to form 2 components dorsally the epimere and ...
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myotome indicating that at least a second signal is required for the ... the dermomyotome and myotome grow as epithelial "muscle buds" ...
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... somite differentiation, qBrn-2 expression was enhanced and restricted to myotome. ... proceeded, qBrn-2 positive cells in myotome migrated dorsally and ventrally, ...
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... differentiates, suggesting that myotome development requires additional signals. ... Xtwi is expressed in the notochord and lateral plate, but not in the myotome; ...
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Developmental Biology provides the fundamental set of techniques, paradigms, and models necessary for a student to ... instruct the myotome cells to become ...
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... pattern of cells within the zebrafish myotome, however, has remained obscure. ... cell type depends upon the levels and range of Hh signaling within the myotome. ...
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Stock# - 002475 Strain name - B6.129S1-Myf6<tm1Wb>/J JAX® Mice Database ... abnormal myotome development (MGI Ref ID J:29279) ...
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... embryo has normal looking somites, including a normal myotome, but no myoblasts. ... cells become mesenchymal again, first the scleratome, and later the myotome. ...
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