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Embryonic mesoderm, and an inner cell layer of Anteriorly, the embryonic mesodermal cells 1 20 ANATOMY AND HUMAN MOVEMENT Fig. 13 a) Site of development of the prochordal plate; b) further development of the prochordal plate and appearance of the primitive streak; c) the trilaminar disc; d) formation of the neural groove. become continuous across the midline in front of the prochordal plate. Soon after the appearance of the primitive streak, which forms as a line on the surface, a further heaping of cells occurs at the anterior end.
Under the cranial and caudal parts of the disc a head and tail fold appear; at the same time marked folding occurs along the lateral margins of the embryo (Fig. 14b). Further development is considered in the appropriate chapter and section as necessary. Development of the ear and eye are outlined on pp. 31 and 34 respectively, the musculoskeletal system and limbs on p. 43 (upper limb) and 223 (lower limb), the cardiovascular system on p. 571, the respiratory system on p. 580, the digestive system on p.
The canal contains numerous ceruminous (wax external ear (auricle) develops from six me- secreting) cells and hairs. The meatus lies senchymal swellings around the margin of the behind the temporomandibular joint, with the mastoid air cells being immediately posterior. first branchial pouch. Components of ear Middle ear The three parts of the ear (external, middle and This is a narrow, irregular cavity containing the internal) are all, except for the auricle, found auditory ossicles immediately medial to the within the temporal bone: the auricle is attached tympanic membrane (Fig.
Anatomy & Human Movement: Structure & Function, 4th edition by Nigel Palastanga, Derek Field, Roger Soames