Atlas of the Development of Man 1

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Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).

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Handatlas der Entwicklungsgeschichte des Menschen - Volume 1

(Atlas of the Development of Man Volume 1)

--Mark Hill 09:10, 22 October 2011 (EST) This textbook was published in 1907 in the German language. The first volume is more of a textbook of early development, while the second volume is an atlas of images. None of the images from the first volume have yet been added, while the second volume images have all been added to the site as Atlas of the Development of Man 2.

Kollmann Atlas 1: Predevelopment | Ontogeny | Fetal membranes | Body shape | Systems and organs | Kollmann Atlas 1 | Kollmann Atlas 2 | Julius Kollmann
Links: Atlas (Volume 1) | Atlas (Volume 2) | Category:Kollmann | Julius Kollmann

Contents

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Atlas of the Development of Man 1

Introduction

Part 1. Predevelopment

Part 1. Predevelopment

I. The egg

Structural unit yolk-rich egg (bird's egg)

II. maturation the egg

III. Fertilization

VI. Site of fertilisation

a) Place of fertilization and pregnancy theories

b) durability and resistance of the spermatozoa

c) ovulation

d) Detachment of the egg from the ovary, and the walk through the tubes

Part 2. Ontogeny, Blastogenesis

Part 2. Ontogeny, Blastogenesis

I. Cleavage, Segmentation

a) External appearances of cleavage

b) Internal appearances of cleavage, mitosis

  1. Occurrence and transformation of the dark chromatic nuclear division figure
  2. Occurrence and transformation of the achromatic (colorless) core figure, called the mitotic spindle
  3. Radiations in the yolk

c) Amitosis or division of cells without the appearance of cell division

d) Growth and regeneration in conjunction with the process of cell division

II. Germinal vesicle (vesicula blastodermica) with the germinative (area embryonalis), viewed from outside

III. Germinal vesicle internal structure

a) Theory of endoderm origin and the gastrulation

b) Germ layer, blastosphere and blastula. Homology of the primary germ layers

The Fundamental organs

IV. Primitive streak and neurenteric canal

V. Notochord

  1. Front and rear end of the notochord
  2. Sub-chordal line
  3. Origin of the notochord

VI. Middle germ layer, mesoderm

a) root zone and parietal zone

b) the origin of the middle germ layer

c) Histogenetic significance of germ layers

d) Homology of the middle germ

e) The term germ layers

VII. Somites, Protovertebrae and their derivatives: myotome, sclerotome; head cavities

a) The somites, protovertebrae (somite)

  • The first unit of the vertebra and the emergence of its derivatives, the myotome and the sclerotome
  • Special features of the trunk myotomes

b) head cavities and somites of the head, somites

ii mesenchyme

VIII. The boundaries of the bead

Part 3. The fetal membranes

Part 3. The fetal membranes

A. Fetal attachments

I. The amnion and the serosa

Amniotic fluid, cerebrospinal fluid

II. Chorion

III. The yolk sac vesicle omphalomesenterica

IV. Allantois

a) The vesicular allantois

b) The allantois without bladder, abdominal stalk

B. The fetal envelopes

I. The deciduous membranes, Membrana deciduae

a) decidua vera

b) Decidua reflexa

II. Placenta

Part 4. Developmental stages of body shape

Part 4. Developmental stages of body shape

I. The human embryo until the end of the neural canal

II. human embryos until the onset of neck flexion

I. Month (age 15-21 days)

III. Human embryos, I month (age 21-30 days)

IV. human embryos, II months (age 5 weeks)

V. Human embryos, II months (age 6 weeks)

VI. Human embryos, II months (age 7 - 8 weeks)

  1. The specific physiognomy of embryos
  2. Palingenesis and Cänogenesis
  3. Prototype of vertebrates
  4. Criteria for distinguishing normal and pathologic human embryos
  5. Length and age provisions of the embryos and foetuses

Part 5. Development of systems and organs

Part 5. Development of systems and organs

I. Development of the skeletal system

General

a) Development of the head skeleton, Craniogenesis

  1. Intramembranous bones of the head skeleton; fontanelles and switching-bone
  2. Development of the bony canals for vessels and nerves the base of the skull
  3. Metamerism of the vertebrate head

b) Development of the trunk skeleton

c) Development of the extremities and masses of the limb cytoskeleton

  1. Upper limb
  2. Lower limb
  3. Development of the joints
  4. Differences between arm and leg
  5. Origin of the five-pointed extremities of vertebrates and of humans

II. Development of the muscular system

General

a) muscles of the trunk

  1. Development of the dorsal trunk muscles
  2. Development of the ventral trunk muscles
  3. Muscles of the head, eyes and tympanic cavity
  4. Development of the neck muscles
  5. Muscles of the thorax
  6. Diaphragm
  7. Muscles of the abdominal wall

b) muscles of the extremities

  • General
  1. Upper limb
  2. Lower extremity

III. The intestinal system

a) General and appearance of the head, middle and end intestine

b) Further outline of the intestinal system in the head, front, middle, pelvic and caudal

  • Foregut with branchial arch and branchial arch slits
  • Development the face with the help of the frontal process and the first branchial arch

d) The Sharks

Development of the oral cavity

f) The organs of the oral cavity

  • Tongue
  • Tonsils
  • Glands of the foregut, salivary glands
  • Principle of development of glands

g) Development of the intestinal tube

Foregut

  • The stomach
  • The duodenum
  • The midgut

The Endoderm

h) development of the teeth

i) glands of the intestinal system

Thyroid and thymus

The thyroid gland, thyroid gland

Thymus

In addition to the thyroid gland

Carotid gland

The Liver

The pancreas

k) the airways and lungs

Respiratory system

l) peritoneum

Omentum and mesentery commune

m) coelom


Development of the urogenital system

I. The renal systems

  • General
  • The pronephros, pronephros
  • The mesonephros. Mesonephros, usually called Wolffian body
  • The metonephros, usually called permanent kidney
  • The adrenal glands

II. Development of the genital organs

  • The gonads
  • Testis, epididymis and Wolffian
  • Development of the spermatozoa
  • Development of the ovary from the indifferent gonad

III. Development of gender-transitions

  • Rudimentary organs, which are descended from the primitive kidney
  • The urogenital, urinary bladder and the outer genitalia
  • Development of the anal opening
  • The anal region of the embryo in its earliest form
  • Descent of the ovaries and testes

IV. Development of the vascular system

  • General

a) The heart

  • The embryonic heart
  • Sinus venosus and its transformation
  • The earliest system of the heart

b) Development of the arterial system

  • The aortic arch
  • The arteries of the mesonephros and the kidney

c) development of the venous system

  • Veins of the extremities
  • Veins of the upper extremity
  • Veins of the lower extremity

d) The circulation of the fetus until birth

  • The cycle after birth

e) blood, blood vessels and lymphatics

  • The lymphatic system


V. Development - the nervous system

a) The Central Nervous System

  • General
  • Inner expansion of the primitive neural canal
  • Formation of the anterior motor roots
  • Origin of dorsal root ganglia and the posterior sensory roots

b) The expansion of the three brain vesicles

c) The expansion of the posterior cerebral vesicle

  • The cerebellum, cerebellum

d) The middle cerebral vesicle

e) The anterior cerebral vesicle

f) The hemispheres of the cerebrum

  • Expansion of the inner hemisphere vesicles
  • Corpus striatum

g) Rhinencephalon, olfactory bulb

  • The ependyma of the anterior cerebral vesicle, choroid plexus and the lateral ventricle
  • Exterior remodeling of the hemisphere sulci and gyri
  • Primary amphibians, sulci primarii

ii Peripheral Nervous System

  • General
  • Cranial nerve
  • Olfactory nerve
  • Hypoglossal
  • Formation of the head, cephalogenesis

1) Nerve Trunk

iii) Sympathetic nervous system

  • Sympathetic nerve in the head
  • Neck portion of the sympathetic
  • The chest portion of the sympathetic trunk

Integnment and sense organs

I. integument

  • Development of hair
  • Sebaceous glands
  • Sweat glands
  • Mammary glands
  • The nails

II. Development of the eye

  • Development of the lens
  • The vitreous, vitreous body
  • Further development of optic cup, and fetal ocular fissure
  • The retina
  • Choroid and development of the iris, sclera and cornea
  • The development of the accessory organs
  • The lachrymal
  • General remarks on the eye

III. Development of the Ear

  • The otic vesicle
  • Internal development of the labyrinth
  • The internal design of the sacs and ampoules
  • The wrappings of the labyrinth
  • Development of the middle ear
  • Development of the auricle and external auditory ganges
  • Conversion of the first gill pouch

IV development of the olfactory organ

V. development of the taste organ


From the birth and development after birth

About Inheritance

a) Laws of Inheritance

Factors of Inheritance

b) inheritance of acquired characteristics

c) theories of inheritance

Subject Index

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