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Minot CS. Uterus And Embryo - I. Rabbit II. Man. (1889)

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This historic paper by Minot published in 1889 shows the development of mammalian animal models to study embryonic development.
Also bu this author:

Minot Links: Harvard Collection | 1889 Uterus And Embryo - Rabbit | 1905 Harvard Embryological Collection |1897 Human Embryology | 1903 A Laboratory Text-Book of Embryology | 1905 Normal Plates of Rabbit Embryo Development | Category:Charles Minot



See also his later volume in the series on normal rabbit plates in this series:

Normal Plates Series: 1897 Pig | 1900 Chicken | 1901 Lungfish | 1904 Sand Lizard | 1905 Rabbit | 1906 Deer | 1907 Tarsiers | 1908 Human | 1909 Northern Lapwing | 1909 South American and African Lungfish | 1910 Salamander | Franz Keibel | Embryology History


Modern Notes:

Rabbit Links: 2009 Student Project | Category:Rabbit | Animal Development
Historic Embryology - Rabbit: 1889 Uterus and Embryo | 1905 Normal Plates | 1908 Pancreas | 1908 Pharyngeal Pouches | 1909 Lymph glands | 1918 Pituitary | 1935 Oocyte | 1935 Somites
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UTERUS AND EMBRYO:

I. RABBIT; II. MAN.

BY

CHARLES-SEDGWICK MINOT,

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.

Reprinted from The Journal of Morphology, Vol. II., No. 3, April, 1889.


BOSTON: GINN AND COMPANY, 1889.


Volume II. April, 1889.


JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY.

UTERUS AND EMBRYO: — I. RABBIT; II. MAN.


CHARLES-SEDGWICK MINOT,

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.

Introduction

Charles Sedgwick Minot (1852–1914)

This paper arose not as the result of a special investigation, but as the outcome of general studies undertaken in connection with the preparation of a Treatise on Human Embryology. For such a work, knowledge of the foetal envelopes seemed especially important. I was thus led to examine them, and found in so doing that the structure of the parts differed in many respects from what had been assumed. The rabbit's uterus was examined in the hope of obtaining light as to some of the changes in the human uterus, but the differences are so great that little help was gotten ; but on the other hand I was brought to a conception of the changes in the rabbit's uterus so fundamentally different from the views of previous writers that I was induced to carry my observations far enough to make sure of the essential alterations. The following communication is therefore in no sense monographic, but only supplementary to the work of others. My own work has been accomplished by the aid of a grant from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, without which it could not have been carried out. The recipient of such aid naturally wishes to publish what he has accomplished, since such a publication is the most fitting acknowledgment of the assistance enjoyed. I feel my obligations to the Association the more deeply because the grant is the first made from its Research Fund. May I express the hope that that fund will be largely increased, and the Association enabled to make numerous grants to other workers, for in so doing it will do more for the promotion of science than, I believe, by any other means whatsoever.

Table of Contents

Introduction

I. Rabbit.
  • Uterus at six days
  • Uterus at seven days
  • Uterus at eight days
  • Uterus at nine days
  • Embryo at nine days
  • Uterus at nine days and teen hours
  • Uterus at eleven days
  • Embryo at eleven days
  • Uterus at thirteen days
  • Uterus and embryo at days
  • Summary
  • Comparison with other rodents
II. Man.
  • Allantois and umbilical cord
  • Amnion
  • Chorion
  • Uterus during menstruation
  • Uterus one month pregnant
  • Uterus seven months pregnant
  • Uterus after abortion
  • Origin of decidual cells
  • General considerations
  • Summary
  • Bibliography




Minot, C.S. Uterus And Embryo (1889) - I. Rabbit II. Man - Plates

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