exocelomic membrane

ex·o·ce·lom·ic mem·brane

a layer of cells delaminated from the inner surface of the blastocystic cytotrophoblast and from the envelope of the primary yolk sac during the second week of embryonic life.
Synonym(s): Heuser membrane
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ex·o·ce·lom·ic mem·brane

(eks'ō-sē-lom'ik mem'brān)
A layer of cells delaminated from the inner surface of the blastocystic cytotrophoblast and from the envelope of the primary yolk sac during the second week of embryonic life.
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Heuser,

Chester, U.S. embryologist, 1885-1965.
Heuser membrane - a layer of cells delaminated from the inner surface of the blastocystic cytotrophoblast and from the envelope of the primary yolk sac during the second week of embryonic life. Synonym(s): exocelomic membrane
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