By Nigel Palastanga MA BA FCSP DMS DipTP, Derek Field Grad Dip Phys FCSP DipTP SRP, Roger W. Soames BSc(Human Biology) PhD(Human Sciences)
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As they do so they become cornified (keratinized). They are ultimately shed as the skin rubs against the clothing and other surfaces. The epidermis is a vascular but is penetrated by sensory nerve endings. Its deep surface is firmly locked to the underlying dermis by projections into it known as epidermal pegs, with the reciprocal projections from the dermis being known as dermal papillae (Fig. 2a). It is usually convenient to consider the epidermis as being divided into a number of layers, particularly in the so-called thick skin of the palm or sole of the foot.
13a). This cell mass (Fig. 12b). During blastocyst forma- space is the extra-embryonic coelom, which splits tion the zona pellucida thins and is eventually the extra-embryonic mesoderm into visceral shed, exposing the cells. The polar trophoblast and parietal layers and separates the amniotic becomes adherent to the uterine wall and the and yolk cavities from the outer wall of the process of implantation begins. conceptus (Fig. 13a). Implantation During the early stages of implantation (6-8 days) the inner cell mass begins a process of differentiation which will eventually form the complete embryo.
The anterior and posterior semicircular canals are at right angles to each other and lie 45° to the sagittal plane, with the anterior being anterior and lateral, and the Internal ear posterior, posterior and lateral. The lateral This is situated within the petrous part of the semicircular canal lies horizontally. The memtemporal bone and consists of a complex series branous semicircular ducts are dilated at one of fluid-filled spaces, known as the membra- end (the ampulla) (Fig. 6a) in which there is a nous labyrinth, occupying a similarly shaped thickening (the ampullary crest) where endings cavity, the bony labyrinth.