Fig. 1. Primordial olfactory and accessory olfactory formations in a 22.5 mm embryo
Drawings to illustrate the location and structure of the primordial olfactory and accessory olfactory formations in a 22.5 mm. embryo. Activated protargol preparation.
A. horizontal section through the forebrain vesicles and the developing nasal fossae to show the plane of the sections and the location of drawing X 3.
B. the area indicated by the dotted lines in figure A, enlarged to show the structure of the primordial olfactory and accessory olfactory formations. X 30.
Humphrey T. The development of the olfactory and the accessory olfactory formations in human embryos and fetuses. (1940) J. Comp. Neurol. 431-468.
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