Development of nervous system
 

 
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The nervous system has a humble beginning from the formation of the neural tube in the bilaminar embryonic disc. The neural tube is formed from the neuroectoderm which develops from the neural groove before the neural tube. Neural crest cells from the crests of the neural tube will develop into the autonomic ganglia etc. The neural tube has two neuropores at its openings. The tube will become the central nervous system with its proximal part forming the brain and distal part forming the spinal cord. The rest of the nervous system form peripheral nerves.

 

    

 

  

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