trophoderm

troph·o·derm

(trof'ō-derm),
The trophectoderm, or trophoblast, together with the vascular mesodermal layer underlying it.
See also: serosa (2).
[tropho- + G. derma, skin]

troph·o·derm

(trof'ō-dĕrm)
The trophectoderm, or trophoblast, together with vascular mesodermal layer underlying it.
[tropho- + G. derma, skin]
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(3) Serosa (trophoderm or somatopleure)--the serosa encloses the other extra-embryonic cavities with their respective surrounding membranes and, together with the splanchnopleure of the allantois, represents the chorion, the three-layered fetal part of the placenta.