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EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT VENTRICLES, CHOROID PLEXUSES, AND CIRCUMVENTRICULAR ORGANS The Ventricles The embryonic ventricular system (O’Rahilly and Müller, 1990) begins its definitive development with the closure of the caudal neuropore (during stage 12). Because the walls of the brain are of uniform thickness at this time (up to stages 13 and 14), the ventricles follow closely the shape of the brain. , by the thinning of the roof of the fourth ventricle and the formation of the ventricular eminences) and by evaginations.
15 Intra- and extraventricular thickenings; rhombic lip with mitotic activity 17 Rostral 2 1 Cell production in dentate nucleus; dentatorubral fibers 18 Inferior cerebellar peduncle 21 External germinal layer 23 Lat. 2 Rhombic lip 3 Sensory nuclei Somatomotor nucleus Raphe Rhombic lip B Two main components, which differ with regard to timing, source, and future localization, are characteristic of the cerebellum (Fig. 10B). 1. The ventricular and subventricular zones give origin to the piriform (Purkinje) cells and to the deep cerebellar nuclei.
1999). The cells are located above those of Cajal–Retzius (Verney and Derer, 1995). Mitotic figures are not found, and the layer is formed by a tangential “chain migration” from the subventricular layer of the olfactory bulb, whence cells are given off shortly after the appearance of the neocortical plate. The layer is composed of both differentiated and undifferentiated cells, and it contains glial precursors that become transformed into astrocytes and later migrate into the gray matter (Marín-Padilla, Development of the Corpus Striatum Features Stage Amygdaloid body: Medial ventricular eminence Cortical and anterior amygdaloid nuclei Medial and basolateral amygdaloid nuclei 14 17 18 Striatum: Lateral ventricular eminence Subthalamic nucleus Red nucleus Rostral part of caudate nucleus Substantia nigra 15 16, 17 17 18 18, 19 Pallidum: Globus pallidus Globus pallidus externus Globus pallidua internus 18, 19 21 I.