ectoderm vs exoderm what difference

what is difference between ectoderm and exoderm

English

Etymology

ecto- +‎ -derm

Noun

ectoderm (plural ectoderms)

  1. (biology) Outermost of the three tissue layers in the embryo of a metazoan animal. Through development, it will produce the epidermis (skin) and nervous system of the adult.

Translations

See also

  • endoderm
  • mesoderm

Romanian

Etymology

From French ectoderme.

Noun

ectoderm n (plural ectoderme)

  1. ectoderm

Declension



English

Etymology

exo- +‎ derm

Noun

exoderm (plural exoderms)

  1. An outer layer of skin.
  2. The outermost layer of cells in a developing embryo.

Synonyms

  • (outer layer of skin): epidermis
  • (outermost layer of cells in embryo): ectoderm

Translations

See also

  • exodermis

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