Book - Outlines of Chordate Development - Figures

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Outlines of Chordate Development


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by William E. Kellicott


(1913)


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Contents

  1. The Development of Amphioxus
  2. The Early Development of the Frog
  3. The Later Development of the Frog Organogeny
  4. The Early Development of the Chick - The Embryonic Membranes and Appendages
  5. The Later Development of the Chick - Organogeny
    1. The Nervous System
      1. The Central Nervous System
      2. The Cranial and Spinal Ganglia
      3. The Peripheral Nervous System
    2. The Special Sense Organs
      1. The Eye
      2. The Ear
      3. The Olfactory Organ
    3. The Alimentary Tract And Its Appendages
      1. Organs of the Fore-gut
      2. Organs of the Hind-gut
      3. The Mid-gut
    4. The Vascular System
      1. The Heart
      2. The Aortic Arches and the Arterial System
      3. The Venous System
      4. The Lymphatic System and Spleen
    5. The Cavities Of The Body
    6. The Later History Of The Mesodermal Somites
    7. The Urinogenital System
      1. The Excretory System
      2. The Reproductive System
  6. The Early Development of the Mammal - The Mammalian Embryonic Membranes and Appendages
    1. The Egg and its Formation
      1. The Reproductive Organs of the Female
      2. The Ovum and its Ovarian History
      3. Maturation
      4. Ovulation
    2. Fertilization and the Early Phases of Development
      1. Fertilization
      2. Cleavage
      3. The Blastodermic Vesicle
    3. The Development of the External Form of the Human Embryo
    4. The Embryonic Membranes and Appendages of the Eutherian Mammals
      1. Implantation
      2. The Amnion and Chorion
      3. The Yolk-sac
      4. The Allantois
      5. The Placenta

The Early Development of the Mammal - The Mammalian Embryonic Membranes and Appendages

The Early Development of the Mammal - The Mammalian Embryonic Membranes and Appendages




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Outlines of Chordate Development: 1. Amphioxus | 2. Early Frog | 3. Later Frog Organogeny | 4. Early Chick - Embryonic Membranes and Appendages | 5. Later Chick - Organogeny | 6. Early Mammal - Embryonic Membranes and Appendages | Figures


Reference: Kellicott, W. E., (1913) Outlines of chordate development. New York: H. Holt and Company.