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Ectoderm and entoderm in this region with the intervening mesodermal layer form the cloacal membrane (Fig. 21).
These are three in number, being called respectively the ectoderm, endoderm and The layer theory.
The mesenchymal tissue between the mesothelium and the ectoderm forms the mass of the skeletal, muscular and vascular systems.
Ectoderm, ek′to-dėrm, n. the external germinal layer of the embryo.
The two layers of the gastrula may now be spoken of as ectoderm and entoderm.
Between the Ectoderm and Endoderm lies an intermediate layer the Mesoderm.
The ectoderm retains its ciliation only in the sensory organs.
The skin corresponds with the ectoderm of Hydra, although it is a vastly more complicated affair.
The ovaries consist of rounded masses of cells lying at the base of the ectoderm.
The whole of this system has retained its primitive connexion with the ectoderm.

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