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- adj. Of or pertaining to the endoderm
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- adj. Of or pertaining to the endoderm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the endoderm; constituting an endoderm; consisting of endoderm. Also entodermal, endodermic, entodermic.
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Although appearing very different, these movements might be related to the invagination of mesodermal and endodermal anlagen, and ventral condensation and extension of the germ band in the Drosophila embryo.
This Keibel ascribes to the fact that the endodermal part is almost functionless.
Thus in many mammals the mesodermal part of the allantois often appears long before the endodermal part, though this is phylogenetically older.
Thus, then, the coloring matter described as chlorophyl by Lankester has really been mainly derived from that of the endodermal algæ of the variety _plumosa_, which predominates at Naples; while the anthea-green of Krukenberg must mainly consist of the green pigment of the ectoderm, since the Trieste variety evidently does not contain algæ in any great quantity.
We have previously obtained a clonal population of cells from human foreskin that is able to differentiate into mesodermal, ectodermal and endodermal progenies.
In these corals, they are filled with symbiotic algae in the endodermal cell.
Altogether these findings suggest that all of the cell lines examined in these studies are similar to extra-embryonic endodermal lineages and probably represent mixed populations of PrE derivatives.
This makes the analysis of in vitro differentiation of endodermal cell types difficult and thus poses a major hurdle for attempts to derive endodermal cell types for ES or other sources that might be used for therapeutic purposes.
While these approaches have identified multiple lineage restricted endodermal markers not all of the
Prior to gastrulation in the mouse, all endodermal cells arise from the primitive endoderm of the blastocyst stage embryo.