somatopleure


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so·mat·o·pleure

(so-mat'ō-plūr),
Embryonic layer formed by association of the parietal layer of the lateral plate mesoderm with the ectoderm.
[somato- + G. pleura, side]

somatopleure

/so·mato·pleure/ (-ploor) the embryonic body wall, formed by ectoderm and somatic mesoderm.somatopleur´al

somatopleure

(sō-măt′ə-plo͝or′, sō′mə-tə-)
n.
A layer of cells in a vertebrate embryo, formed by association of part of the mesoderm with the ectoderm and developing as the internal body wall.

so·mat′o·pleu′ral (-plo͝or′əl), so·mat′o·pleu′ric (-plo͝or′ĭk) adj.

somatopleure

[sô′mətōploo͡r′]
Etymology: Gk, soma + pleura, side
the lateral and ventral tissue layer that forms the body wall of the early developing embryo. Consisting of an outer layer of ectoderm lined with somatic mesoderm, it continues as the amnion and chorion external to the embryo. Compare splanchnopleure. somatopleural, adj.

so·mat·o·pleure

(sō-mat'ō-plur)
Embryonic layer formed by association of the parietal layer of the lateral plate mesoderm with the ectoderm.
[somato- + G. pleura, side]

somatopleure

the part of the embryo which forms the lateral and ventral walls of the fetus. Consists of somatic mesoderm and ectoderm.