endoblast

NOUN
  1. the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the digestive and respiratory systems
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  • The splanchnopleure, which lies on the endoblast, takes part in the formation of the wall of the digestive tube.
  • The former is often also called the ectoblast, or epiblast, and the latter the endoblast, or hypoblast. The Evolution of Man — Volume 1
  • But in all other animals the ovum first grows into two primary layers, the outer or animal layer (the ectoderm, epiblast, or ectoblast), and the inner or vegetal layer (the entoderm, hypoblast, or endoblast); and from these the tissues and organs are formed. The Evolution of Man — Volume 1
  • But in all other animals the ovum first grows into two primary layers, the outer or animal layer (the ectoderm, epiblast, or ectoblast), and the inner or vegetal layer (the entoderm, hypoblast, or endoblast); and from these the tissues and organs are formed. The Evolution of Man — Volume 1
  • B longitudinal section through the axis, g primitive-gut cavity, a primitive mouth-aperture, i inner cell-layer (entoderm, endoblast, gut-layer), e external cell-layer (outer germinal layer, ectoderm, ectoblast, or skin-layer). The Evolution of Man — Volume 1
  • The former is often also called the ectoblast, or epiblast, and the latter the endoblast, or hypoblast. The Evolution of Man — Volume 1
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