Derivatives of primary germ layers

Derivatives of primary germ layers

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Derivatives of primary germ layers
Ectoderm
epidermis
cutaneous derivatives
epithelium of:
    mouth; oral glands
    nasal passages
    sense passages
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
hypophysis; suprarenal medulla
Mesoderm
epithelium of:
    circulatory system
    spleen; lymph nodes
    urogenital system
    body cavities
connective tissues; blood; bone marrow
muscular tissues
skeletal tissues
suprarenal cortex
Endoderm
epithelium of:
    pharynx
    thyroid; thymus
    parathyroid
digestive tube; liver; pancreas
larynx; trachea; lungs
urinary bladder; urethra
vestibule; vagina
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