ANAT2341 Lab 7

From Embryology

Organogenesis Lab


2. Organogenesis Lab

In this lab you will dissect fertile chicken eggs and study fixed mouse embryos up to mid-gestation using dissection microscopes. You will name the embryonic anatomical structures, and describe what these will give rise to.

Organogensis Lab Manual

Chicken Embryo Hamburger stages.jpg

These are the Hamburger stages of chicken development

See also the JoVE article on chicken egg preparation: <pubmed>18989413</pubmed>

Additional Chicken Links

Viktor Hamburger
Viktor Hamburger (1900 – 2001)

More about chicken embryogenesis: Chicken Development | Hamburger Hamilton Stages

Chicken Links: Introduction | Chicken stages | Hamburger Hamilton Stages | Witschi Stages | Placodes | Category:Chicken
Historic Chicken Embryology  
1883 History of the Chick | 1900 Chicken Embryo Development Plates | 1904 X-Ray Effects | 1910 Somites |

1919 Lillie Textbook | 1920 Chick Early Embryology | 1933 Neural | 1939 Sternum | 1948 Limb | Movie 1961 | Historic Papers

Mouse vs Human embryogenesis.jpg

This figure compares the human and mouse developmental stages

More about Mouse embryogenesis: Mouse Timeline Detailed


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