http://cytomer.bioinf.med.uni-goettingen.de#mesoderm

Properties

comment
[en] the middle layer of the trilaminar embryonic disc, forms connective tissues, bones, reproductive and excretory system, cardiovascular system, blood cells, striated and smooth muscles
ACC
[] cy0008055
label
[en] mesoderm
annotationRemark
[] dka
label
[de] Mesoderm
comment
[de] Das mittlere oder dritte Keimblatt, wird als intraembryonales Mesoderm durch Invagination von Ektodermzellen in und durch die Pritmivrinne und durch weitere seitliche Ausbreitung dieser Zellen zwischen Ekto- und Entoderm gebildet; hieraus entwickeln sich Mesenchym, Bindegewebe, glatte und quergestreifte Muskulatur, lymphatisches Gewebe, das Herz-Kreislaufsystem, exokrines und Fortpflanzungssystem, Blutzellen
label
[med] Mesoderma
organNo
[] 80026
speciesNo
[] 86

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Children

Relations

developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_rest_of_midgut
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_rest_of_foregut
developsInto
smooth_muscle
developsInto
blood_vessel
isPartOf
embryo
developsInto
liver
developsInto
heart
developsInto
adrenal_cortex
isPartOf
Carnegie_Stage_6b
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_foregut-midgut_junction
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_foregut
developsInto
peritoneum
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_midgut
developsInto
lymphatic_vessel
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_rest_of_hindgut
isPartOf
part_of_trilaminar_germ_disc
developsInto
uterine_tube
developsInto
deferent_duct
developsInto
fetal_kidney
isPartOf
fetal
developsInto
hepatic_stroma
developsInto
associated_mesenchyme_of_hindgut
developsInto
pericardium
isPartOf
Carnegie_Stage_6a
hasCell
mesodermal_cell
developsInto
lymph_node
isPartOf
Carnegie_Stage_23
developsInto
ureter
developsInto
epididymal_duct
developsInto
testis
developsInto
skeletal_muscle
developsInto
spleen
developsInto
dermis
developsInto
part_of_embryonic_heart
developsInto
future_dermis
developsInto
kidney
isPartOf
trilaminar_germ_disc
developsInto
septum_transversum
developsInto
pleura
developsInto
mesenchyma
isPartOf
allantois
developsInto
ovary