mesenchyme cells In the developing vertebrate embryo, cells that break away and become migratory, giving rise to various tissues such as cartilage, bone, smooth and voluntary muscle, blood cells and vessels, lymph vessels, and glands. Mesenchyme cells are derived from both the mesoderm and ectoderm germ layers of a triploblastic embryo.
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