Somatopleure

So'ma·to·pleure noun [ Greek sw^ma , sw`matos , body + pleyra` side.] (Anat.) The outer, or parietal, one of the two lamellæ into which the vertebrate blastoderm divides on either side of the notochord, and from which the walls of the body and the amnion are de
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somatopleure

<anatomy> The outer, or parietal, one of the two lamellae into which the vertebrate blastoderm divides on either side of the notochord, and from which the walls of the body and the amnion are developed. See Splanchopleure. ... Origin: Gr, body + side. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Somatopleure

• (n.) The outer, or parietal, one of the two lamellae into which the vertebrate blastoderm divides on either side of the notochord, and from which the walls of the body and the amnion are developed. See Splanchnopleure.
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somatopleure

(from the article `amnion`) In development, the amnion arises by a folding of a mass of extra-embryonic tissue called the somatopleure. Lined with ectoderm and covered with ...
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somatopleure

Type: Term Pronunciation: so-mat′ō-plūr Definitions: 1. Embryonic layer formed by association of the parietal layer of the lateral plate mesoderm with the ectoderm.
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