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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
dentition +    
epithelium +    
lamina +    
atypical epithelium +  
basement membrane of epithelium +  
breast epithelium 
cell layer +  
ciliated epithelium +  
coelomic epithelium +  
columnar epithelium +  
cuboidal epithelium +  
dental lamina +  
A band of ectodermal cells growing from the epithelium of the embryonic jaws into the underlying mesenchyme and giving rise to the primordia of the enamel organs of the teeth.
developing neuroepithelium +  
diastema +  
digestive tract epithelium +  
ecto-epithelium +  
endo-epithelium +  
epithelial fold +  
epithelial scleral papilla layer 
epithelial sheet 
epithelial tube +  
epithelial vesicle +  
epithelium of biliary system +  
epithelium of gonad +  
epithelium of mucosa +  
extraembryonic epithelium +  
gastrointestinal system epithelium +  
glandular epithelium +  
incisor region of dentition 
incisor tooth +  
insect epithelial furrow +  
kidney epithelium +  
luminal layer of epithelium +  
meso-epithelium +  
migrating epithelium 
mixed dentition 
multilaminar epithelium +  
naris epithelium +  
non-glandular epithelium +  
parasphenoid tooth 
periodontium +  
pigmented layer of retina 
polarized epithelium +  
primary dentition +  
regeneration epithelium of fin/limb +  
respiratory system epithelium +  
secondary dentition +  
sensory organ epithelium +  
somite boundary epithelium 
squamous epithelium +  
stomodeal ectoderm 
stratum argenteum of choroid 
subluminal layer of epithelium +  
tapetum +  
tooth row +  
unilaminar epithelium +  
vomerine dentition +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: embryonic dental lamina
Related Synonyms: fetal dental lamina ;   lamina dentalis
Xrefs: BTO:0005563 ;   EMAPA:32902 ;   FMA:306004 ;   MA:0001597 ;   SCTID:362862007 ;   Wikipedia:Dental_lamina
Definition Sources: http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/dental+lamina

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