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Yes it is real, in the sense that this protocol has been through a peer reviewed journal. Note that the embryo is developing outside the shell, not outside the egg. It is the fertilized egg that develops into the embryo. The shell only provides protection and allows exchange of gases. You can replace the shell with any other material that does the same job. ...
Mesenchyme is the meshwork of embryonic connective tissue in the mesoderm; from it are formed the connective tissues of the body as well as blood vessels and lymph vessels. So it's a part of mesoderm
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