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Sakurai T. Normal Plates of the Development of the Deer Embryo (cervus capreolus). (1906) Vol. 6 in series by Keibel F. Normal plates of the development of vertebrates (Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbelthiere) Fisher, Jena., Germany.

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This is the sixth volume by Minot and Taylor published in 1906 in the series Normal Plates of the Development of Vertebrates edited by Franz Keibel. The dear was a developmental model used by several early researchers and the modern links below include additional historic paper links.

See other volumes in this series:

Normal Plates Series: 1 Pig (1897) | 2 Chicken (1900) | 3 Lungfish (1901) | 4 Sand Lizard (1904) | 5 Rabbit (1905) | 6 Deer (1906) | 7 Tarsiers (1907) | 8 Human (1908) | 9 Northern Lapwing (1909) | 10 South American and African Lungfish (1909) | 11 Salamander (1910) | Franz Keibel | Embryology History



Also the 2 volume set on human embryology: Keibel F. and Mall FP. Manual of Human Embryology I. (1910) J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia.   Keibel F. and Mall FP. Manual of Human Embryology II. (1912) J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia.

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Normal Plates of the Development of the Deer Embryo (cervus capreolus)

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Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbeltiere - cervus capreolus

Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbeltiere by Franz Keibel

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This is the 1906 Volume 6 of the series that is specific for deer development.



Normal Plates Series: 1 Pig (1897) | 2 Chicken (1900) | 3 Lungfish (1901) | 4 Sand Lizard (1904) | 5 Rabbit (1905) | 6 Deer (1906) | 7 Tarsiers (1907) | 8 Human (1908) | 9 Northern Lapwing (1909) | 10 South American and African Lungfish (1909) | 11 Salamander (1910) | Franz Keibel | Embryology History
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Preface

The standard panel to the development history of deer (Cervus capreolus) , which Dr. Sakurai now published, is the completion of an investigation, which I started 8 years ago. These sub -study was primarily boils down clearly define the initial development of the roe and the noticeable information believed to Bischoff 's check it out. This is in my work, " The development of the roe to the system of the mesoblast " ( f archive anatomy & physiology, anat Abtheil . , 1902) happened. I but in the procurement of the young stages of development and soon gained older , so the thought was close , at least in the context of a standard panel an overview on the overall development of the roe to give . I myself had begun the work , because to me but darboten a number of tasks , whose execution was urgent for me, the research on the development of the urogenital apparatus of Echidna and the processing of the embryology of monkeys and Tarsius , I welcomed it with joy that Dr. Sakurai further processing of the standard panel to the development history of deer overtook , the more so as he could carry out the work under my eyes .


But I would also like itself does not fail at this point all those who sub investigation of the Rehentwicklung , have promoted particularly the difficult extraction of the material, my Thanks to say , especially the High Gross Ducal Government of Baden, his Highness the Prince Max Egon von Furstenberg, Mr. Agriculture Forestry Master Baron von Berg, the city council of the city Freiburg, the two moss hunting parties and their chairman Dr. Risler and Mr Architect Walther, Mr. effort and , last but not least , Mr. Forst Wocher Rath , chief hunter in Donaueschingen.

Freiburg , 6 February 1906.

F. Keibel


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Plate 1

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Plate 2

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Plate 3



Normal Plates Series: 1 Pig (1897) | 2 Chicken (1900) | 3 Lungfish (1901) | 4 Sand Lizard (1904) | 5 Rabbit (1905) | 6 Deer (1906) | 7 Tarsiers (1907) | 8 Human (1908) | 9 Northern Lapwing (1909) | 10 South American and African Lungfish (1909) | 11 Salamander (1910) | Franz Keibel | Embryology History


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Reference

Franz Keibel, Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbelthiere (Normal plates of the development of vertebrates) Volume Hft. 6 (1906) Jena, G. Fischer, Germany.


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