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Fate maps: reverse

Move cursor over cell/tissue type and the blastula map will appear.
Mapping data based upon Moody 1987
 
receives major contribution from red blastomeres
receives a small contribution from green blastomeres
rarely receives a contibution from yellow blastomeres
animal is up and vegetal down in all images, dorsal is to the right and ventral to the left

 

ectoderm   mesoderm  

neurectoderm   endoderm  

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