Talk:Organogenesis

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About Organogenesis, the article does not discuss the order in which the organs are formed as the fetus develops.

Bryozoans[edit]

Bryozoa don't fit the description of what each germ layer develops into. The larval endoderm appears to be completely lost during metamorphosis (after settlement on a substrate), while most of the adult tissue (including the gut) is derived from the ectoderm. Should this be noted in the article? Also, should it be described in a separate heading? Rolf Schmidt (talk) 05:50, 7 April 2009 (UTC)

What does the article mean by all vertebrate animals differentiate from the gastrula in the same way, how do they do this differentiation? The article also did not include any subheadings to separate its information. The information in this article also requires citations.Cdunleavy (talk) 03:15, 27 January 2018 (UTC)CDunleavy

I am editing this article for my Developmental Biology Class. CDunleavy — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cdunleavy (talkcontribs) 17:07, 21 March 2018 (UTC)

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