A mass of ectodermal cells budded from the dental lamina. It develops the ameloblast layer of cells which produce the enamel cap of a developing tooth.
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- enamel crypt,
- enamel dysplasia,
- enamel germ,
- enamel layer,
- enamel membrane,
- enamel rod,
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