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Migration ... depends on process/organ. -cells that form the frontalnasal process are derived from forebrain fold & migration is short -cells forming the mesenchyme cells from the maxilary process have longer migration -cells capable of forming into connective tis
Migration... Tissue contributes to the face. Future growth/dev. and Migration may be responsible for facial abnormalities (i.e. clefts)
Proliferation.. The growth or production of cells by multiplication of parts
Hypertelorsim ... -Excessive width between body parts/organs. -Facial features characterized by this apprearance. -Development moves along, then this typically decreases -Prominent feature in some cranio-facial syndromes
Growth vs. Development... Growth- increase in demension & mass Development-progression towards more adult characteristics
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