Gastrulation, Biology

GASTRULATION -

Morphogenic movements are occured. 3 germinal layers are formed. Ectoderm, endoderm & mesoderm.

Endoderm is formed first. Mesoderm is formed in the end.

Blastocoel is reduced. New cavity archenteron is formed. Embryonic disc is formed.

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