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fate maps: 32 b2

Stage

32-cell

blastomere b2

contributes to:

 

animal major: moderate: minor:
ventral dorsal dorsal brain, spinal chord, neural crest retina, cranial ganglia, lens, otocyst, head epidermis
central somite branchal arch, head somite notochord
pharynx, foregut, archenteron roof ventral hindgut
vegetal mapping data based upon Moody (1987)

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