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Foster M. Balfour FM. Sedgwick A. and Heape W. The Elements of Embryology (1883) Vol. 1. (2nd ed.). London: Macmillan and Co.

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Volume 1 - The History of the Chick

Francis Balfour (1851 - 1882)
  1. The structure of the hen's egg, and the changes which take place up to the beginning of incubation
  2. A brief summary of the whole history of incubation
  3. The changes which take place during the first day of incubation
  4. The changes which take place during the first half of the second day
  5. The changes which take place during the second half of the second day
  6. The changes which take place during the third day
  7. The changes which take place during the fourth day
  8. The changes which take place on the fifth day
  9. From the sixth day to the end of incubation
  10. Appendix

Volume 2 - The History of the Mammalian Embryo

  1. General Development of the Embryo
  2. Embryonic Membranes and Yolk-Sac
  3. Organs from Epiblast
  4. Organs from Mesoblast
  5. Alimentary Canal
  6. Appendix

Volume 1 - Figures

The History of the Chick

The structure of the hen's egg, and the changes which take place up to the beginning of incubation

A brief summary of the whole history of incubation

The changes which take place during the first day of incubation

The changes which take place during the first half of the second day

The changes which take place during the second half of the second day


The changes which take place during the third day


Volume 2 - Figures

The History of the Mammalian Embryo

General Development of the Embryo

Embryonic Membranes and Yolk-Sac

Organs from Epiblast

Organs from Mesoblast

Alimentary Canal

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