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This was too hard, but it had useful material if it could be simplified to the point where a person, who is not a medical student, could understand it:

  • After dentinogenesis begins preameloblasts differentiates into ameloblasts which deposit enamel. Ameloblasts are tall column like cells with a nucleus away from the secretory end of the cell. The ameloblasts develop a Tome's process after starting amelogenesis. This process is responsible for the production of enamel in the form of rods.