Home > Industry/Domain > Anatomy > Developmental anatomy

Developmental anatomy

The study of the development of fertalized egg to adult.

Contributors in Developmental anatomy

Developmental anatomy


Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

That you have or belongs to two layers, like the basal membrane comprising the basal lamina and the reticular lamina.


Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

This fluid filled space forms inside the embryo four days after fertilization.


Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

The mammalian conceptus in the post-morula stage. It has a fluid filled cavity known as blastoceole and is not limited to one germ layer.


Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

One of the cells produced by cleavage of a fertilised ovum.

Branchial arches

Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

The arches extend ventrally and laterally around the pharynx in order to support the gills of lower vertebrates. The absence of gills in higher vertebrates causes these arches to be known as ...

Branchial grooves

Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

The first bronchial groove is the only one that develops into an adult structure - external and auditory meatus remaining II-IV grooves eventually disappear and the ridge thus becomes smooth.


Anatomy; Developmental anatomy

The cellular, outermost extraembryonic membrane, composed of trophoblast lined with mesoderm. It develops villi about two weeks after fertilization. Villi are the threadlike projections growing in ...

Featured blossaries

Top 10 Inventors Of All Time

Category: History   1 10 Terms

Philosophical Concepts

Category: Other   2 24 Terms