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Somite
A somite is a division of the body of an animal or embryo.

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Sclérotome
Le Sclérotome est issu de la différenciation des somites. Les somites sont eux-mêmes issus de la division du mésoderme. Cette division a lieu lors de l'organogénèse, on parle alors du devenir du mésoderme et plus particulièrement de la différentiation des somites en dermomyotome, myotome et sclérotome.

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Sclerotome
(n.)
One of the bony, cartilaginous, or membranous partitions which separate the myotomes.
  

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sclerotome
i. part of the mesenchymal tissue that develops into the ribs and vertebrae (Embryology); surgical tool used to make incisions in the sclera (Tıp)

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n. part of the mesenchymal tissue that develops into the ribs and vertebrae (Embryology); surgical tool used to make incisions in the sclera (Medicine)


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