1987 Developmental Stages In Human Embryos - Appendix 2

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O'Rahilly R. and Müller F. Developmental Stages in Human Embryos. Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. 637 (1987).

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O'Rahilly R. and Müller F. Developmental Stages in Human Embryos. Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. 637 (1987).

The original 1987 publication text, figures and tables have been altered in formatting, addition of internal online links, and links to PubMed.

Original Document - Copyright © 1987 Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Links: Embryonic Development | Carnegie Collection | Carnegie Embryos | Ronan O'Rahilly | Fabiola Müller

1987 Stages: Introduction | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | References | Appendix 1 | Appendix 2 | Historic Papers | Embryonic Development
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Appendix 1 | Appendix 2

Appendix II - Index of Specimens of Stages 1-9

The following is an alphabetical list of named and numbered specimens that have been described or cited in the literature. Their authors have also been included in the list. In the case of each specimen, the stage to which it is believed to belong is indicated, and further details will be found in the text under the heading of the appropriate stage.


Specimen or Author Stage
Am. 10 6b
Ando 6b
Baginski and Borsuk, 1967 9
Bandler, 1912 5
Barnes 5c
Bayer 6b
Beitler (No. 763) 8?
Beneke 6b Bi I 6b
Bi 24 7
Biggart 7(6?)
Boerner-Patzelt and Schwarzacher, 1923 8
Brewer, 1937, 1938 (Edwards-Jones-Brewer) 6b
Broman, 1936 8 Bryce, 1924 (M'Intyre) 8
(Teacher-Bryce I) 5 (Teacher-Bryce II) 6b
Carnegie No. 763 8?
Carnegie No. 1399 7
Carnegie No. 1878 9
Carnegie No. 4900 5c
Carnegie No. 5080 9
Carnegie No. 5960 8
Carnegie No. 5981 8
Carnegie No. 5982 9
Carnegie No. 6026 (path.) 6b?
Carnegie No. 6027 8?
Carnegie No. 6630 8
Carnegie No. 6706 6-8?
Carnegie No. 6734 6b
Carnegie No. 6815 8
Carnegie No. 6900 6a
Carnegie No. 7634 6a
Carnegie No. 7640 8
Carnegie No. 7699 5c
Carnegie No. 7700 5c
Carnegie No. 7762 6b
Carnegie No. 7770 (path.) 5c
Carnegie No. 7771 (path.) 5c
7800 (path.) 7
7801 6b
7802 7
7850 (path.) 5-6
7950 5c
8000 (path.) 5c
8004 5b
8020 5a
8139 5c
8155 5a
8171 5b
8190 (path.) 2
8215 5b
8225 5a
8260 2
8290 (path.) 6?
8299 (path.) 5c
8329 (path.) 5c
8330 5c
8360 6a
8370 (path.) 5c
8450 (path.) 2
8452 (path.) 2
8500.1 2
8558 5c
8602 7
8630 (path.) 2
8663 3
8671 8
8672 6a
8698 2
8727 8
8794 3
8819 6c
8820 8
8904 2
8905 6
9009 8
9250 6
9350 5c
Da 1 (No. 5982) 9
Dankmetjer and Wielenga, 1968 5
D'Arrigo, 1971 7?
Davies, 1944 (Davies-Harding) 5c
Debeyre, 1912 7
Dible and West, 1941 5c
Dickmann et al, 1965 1
Dobbin 8
Doyle et al, 1966 2
Dy" 8
E.B. 6a
23
Edwards et al., 1966 2
1969 1
1970 2
Edwards-Jones-Brewer (No. 8819) ??
Eternod, 1899b, 1909 (Vulliet) 8
Faber, 1940 (E.B.) 6a
Fahrenholz, 1927 (Ho) 7
Falkiner 7
Fetzer, 1910 6a
Fife-Richter 6b
Fitzgerald Fitzgerald-Brewer I 8
Fitzgerald Fitzgerald-Brewer II 7
Florian. See Bi I, Manchester 1285, T.F, etc
Frassi, 1908 8
Fruhlingttf ??, 1954 5a
Gar 7
George. 1912 (No ??) H
Gladstone and Hamilton, ?? (Shaw) H
Glaveke 8
Gle See Glaveke
G??iwin 7
Graf Spttr (C;lavekei H
Greenhill. 192?? ??
Grosser, 1913 iKl 13) H
1922 (KJeinhjjis) ??
1931a iH Si-hm 10) 7
1933b ?? H
Gua V
Gv (Madrid) V
H3 *; H381 ??
HR 1 7
H Sthni 10 7
Haggorroen, 1922 2
Hamilton and Boyd 1960 7
Harris ?? 6b
HEB-18 6b
HEB-37 7
HEB-42 8
Herranz and Vasquez, 1964 2
Hertig and Rock. See specimen numbers under Carnegie 8
Hertig el al, 1958 ("No. 55") 6a
Herzog, 1909 (Manila) 6
Heuser, 1932b (No. 5960) 8
1954 (No. 9009) 8
Heuser. See also specimen numbers under Carnegie
Hill. See Bi 24, Dobbin, etc.
Hiramatsu, 1936 (Ando) 6b
His embryo E 9-10
Ho 7
Hugo 7
Ingalls, 1918 (Western Reserve No. 1) 8
Jimenez Collado and Ruano Gil {.ov; 9
Johnston, 1940 (H.R.l) 6b (8?)
Johnstone, 1914 6
Jones and Brewer, 1941 (Jones-Brewer i; INO. OOZUJ 8
Jones and Brewer II 7
Jung, 3908 6
Keibel, 1890 (Bayer) 6b
Keibel,1907 (Frassi) 8
Keller and Keller, 1954 5
Khvatov, 1959 1
Khvatov, 1967 3
Kindred, 1933 (Goodwin) 7
Kistner, 1953 6
KJ. 13 8
Kleinhans 5c
Knorre (VMA-l) 6a
Krafka, 1939 2
Krafka, 1941 (Torpin) 6a
Krafka, 1920 (No. 1878) 9
Jahnke and Stegner, 1964 6
Krause, 1952 (Am. 10) 6b
Krukenberg, 1922 8
Lbg 6b
Lewis and Harrison, 1966 (Liverpool II) 6b
Linzenmeier, 1914 (Stdckel) 6a
Liverpool I 6b
Liverpool II 6b
Lockyer (No. 6026) 6b?
Lordy, 1931 (Gua) 7(8?)
Lqt 8
Ludwig, 1928 (Da 1) 9
M'Intyre, 1926 9
Manchester No. 1285 7
Marchetti, 1945 (No. 8139) 5c
Martin and Falkiner, 1938 7
Mazanec, 1960 (HEB-18) 6b
Mateer (No. 1399) 7
Mazanec and Musilova, 1959 (HEB-42) 8
Menkin and Rock, 1948 (No. 8260) 2
Menkin and Rock, 1948 (No. 8500.1) 2
Merrill 6
Meyer, 1924 (P.M.) 7
Miller (No. 4900) 5c
Minot (Harvard No. 825) 6b
Missen 7
Morton, 1949 (Biggart) 7(6?)
(Macafee) 5
Muller, 1930 5
Noback etal, 1968 6
Normentafel 1 (Frassi) 8
Normentafel 2 (Glaveke) 8
Noyes et al., 1965 1
Odgers, 1937 (Thomson) 6b
Odgers, 1941 (R.S.) 8
Op 6b
P.M. 7
Peh.l-Hochstetter 8
Penkert, 1910 6b?
Peters, 1899 6a
Petrov, 1958 2
Phal 7
Phall 7
PhaXVII 8
Piersol, 1938 (T439) 9
Pommerenke, 1958 5
R.S. 8
Ramsey, 1937 (Lockyer) 6b?
1938 (Yale) 6a
Richter, 1952 (Fife-Richter) 6b
Robertson et al., 1948 7(8?)
Rochester (No. 7762) 6b
Rossenbeck, 1923 (Peh.l-Hochstetter) 8
Sch 5
Schlagenhaufer and Verocay, 1916 6
Scho 8
Scipiades, 1938 5(6?)
Shaw 8
Shettles, 1956, 1957, I960 3
1958, 1960 2
Stieve, 1926 (Hugo) 7
1936 (Werner) 5c
Stockel (No. 6900) 6a
Strahl, 1916 8
Strahl-Beneke 6b
Streeter, 1920a (Mateer) 7
1926 (Miller) 5c
Stump, 1929 (H 381) 6
Swett (No. 6815) 8
T439 (Toronto) 9 T.F. 6b
Teacher-Bryce I 5
Teacher-Bryce II 6b
Thomas and van Campenhout, 1953 6
1963 5?
Thompson and Brash, 1923 8
Thomson 6b
Thyng (No. 6026) 6b?
Torpin (No. 7634) 6a
Triepel, 1916 (Dy) 8
v. H. (von Herff) 6
VMA-1 (Knorre) 6a
von Mollendorff, 1921b (Op) 6b
1921a (Sch.) 5
1925 (Wo) 6b
von Spee, 1889, 1896 (Glaveke) 8
1896 (v. H.) 6
Vuill. See Vulliet Vulliet
Wal7 8
Waldeyer, 1929a (Scho) 8
Way and Dawson, 1959 2
Werner 5c
West 1952 (Gar) 7
1952 (Mai) 7
Western Reserve No. 1 8
Wharton (No. 6706) 6-8?
Wilson, 1914 (H3) 9
Wilson, 1945 (Rochester) 6b
Wilson, 1954 5c
Wo 6b
Yale (No, 6734) 6a
Zamboni et al., 1966 1



1987 Stages: Introduction | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | References | Appendix 1 | Appendix 2 | Historic Papers | Embryonic Development
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