Bone ossification intramembranous ossification

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In this topic, mesenchyme tissue and mesenchymal stem cells are mentioned a lot. Many sources say that mesenchyme and mesenchymal stem cells are two different things,...which makes sense as mesenchyme is a tissue but mesenchymal stem cell is, well... a cell.

However, the sources clearly say that mesenchyme is not formed from mesenchymal stem cell. This confuses me.

Here, I have quoted and linked many sources that mention this:
Mesenchyme is embryonic connective tissue that is derived from the mesoderm and that differentiates into hematopoietic and connective tissue, whereas MSCs do not differentiate into hematopoietic cells.

Bone marrow was the original source of MSCs, and still is the most frequently utilized.
Mesenchymal stem cells are a distinct entity to the mesenchyme, embryonic connective tissue which is derived from the mesoderm and differentiates to form hematopoietic stem cells.

Could someone please clear this up for me?

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