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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 | 1905 limb veins | 1908 Pancreas | 1908 Pharyngeal Pouches | 1908 intestinal diverticula | 1909 Lymph glands | 1918 Pituitary | 1929 ovulation | 1931 prochordal plate | 1935 Oocyte | 1935 Somites
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Explanation of Plates

Nearly all the figures were drawn by Mr. E. Stanley Abbot under my supervision. The outlines were drawn with the camera lucida, and the details added free-hand. The drawings are all accurate representations of the preparations, and though of course not photographically exact, are not diagrammatic, except in the case of a few figures expressly specified below. I owe much to Mr. Abbot's patient skill.


Reference Letters

all, allantois.

mes, mesoderm.

Cim, circular muscles.

mo.cl, monster cells.

conn, connective tissue.

msth, mesothelium.

ecto, foetal ectoderm.

muc, mucosa.

emb, embryo.

muse, muscularis.

en, entoderm.

ob.pl, ob-placenta.

endo, endothelium.

o.z, outer zone of placenta

ep, epithelium.

P, periplacenta.

f, placental fissure.

per.v, perivascular cells.

f.v, foetal blood-vessel.

sp.pl, sub-placenta.

gl, gland ; glandular layer.

Sgl.z, subglandular zone.

h.ep, hyaline epithelium.

V, blood-vessel.

l, leucocytes.

vac, vacuole.

Im, longitudinal muscles.

Plate 26

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EXPLANATION OF PLATE XXVI.


Fig. I. Placenta of rabbit at eight days, with dilated glands,^/, and superjacent foetal ectoderm, ecto (X 125 diams.).


Fig. 2. Rabbit's uterus at nine days, transverse section of a swelling (X 7 diams.).


Fig. 3. Portion of the placenta of Fig. 2 (X 445 diams.), to show the connective tissue, conn, the perivascular cells, per.v, and the thickened endothelium, endo, of the blood capillaries.


Fig. 4. Portion of the periplacenta of Fig. 2 (X 175 diams.), to show the degeneration of the epithelium, h.ep.


Plate 27

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EXPLANATION OF PLATE XXVII.

Fig. 5. Portion of the ob-placenta of Fig. 2 (x 175 diams.), to show the degenerated epithelium, h.ep, and the saucer-shaped glands, gl, gV.


Fig. 6. Rabbit's uterus of eleven days; portion of the ob-placenta to show the degenerated epithelium, h.ep, and the regenerated glands,^/ ( X 175 diams.).


Fig. 7. Portion of the placenta of Fig. 2 ( X 175 diams.), to show the degeneration of the uterine tissue and the relations of the foetal ectoderm to the placental surface.


Fig. 10. Rabbit's uterus of thirteen days; portion of the ob-placenta (X 175 diams.), to show the regenerated glands.


Fig. II. Portions of the epithelium of the periplacenta at thirteen days. A, vertical section (X 175 diams.). B, surface view (X 175 diams.). C, single cell ( X 445 diams.).


Plate 28

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EXPLANATION OF PLATE XXVIII.


Fig. 8. Portion of a vertical section of the placenta at eleven days of a rabbit, to show the relations of the mesothelium, msth, to the top, and of the ectoderm, edo, to the side of the placenta (X 175 diams.).


Fig. 9. Complete transverse section of a rabbit's uterus at thirteen days, with the embryo, emb, in place ( X 7 diams.) ; the details are only approximately accurate ; X, mass of perivascular decidual cells, developed in the region of the ob-placenta.


Fig. 12. Rabbit's uterus at fifteen days; portion of a section through the placenta (X 90 diams.), to show the degenerated glands,^/, and the mesoderm, vies, and mesothelium, msth, covering the surface of the placenta ; the blood-vessels are drawn dark.


Fig. 13. Portion of upper part of a rabbit's placenta at fifteen days ( X 340 diams.), to show the histological structure of the glandular layer of the placenta.


Fig. 14. Multinucleate decidual cells from the subglandular zone of a rabbit's placenta at fifteen days ( X 540 diams.).


Fig. 15. Uninucleate perivascular decidual cells from the outer zone of a rabbit's placenta at fifteen days ( X 540 diams.) .


Fig. 16. Endothehum from the blood-vessels of the periplacenta of a rabbit at fifteen days ( X 240 diams.). A, surface view; B, C, in section.


Fig. 17. Ob-placenta of a rabbit at fifteen days (X 125 diams.), to show the monster cells, a, b, c, and the uterine epithelium, ep.


Fig. 18. Nucleus of a monster cell from the ob-placenta of a rabbit at fifteen days ( X 445 diams.).

Plate 29

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EXPLANATION OF PLATE XXIX.


Diagram to show the relations of the embryo and uterus in the rabbit from the eleventh to the thirteenth day of gestation.



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

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