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Fig. 173. Section through the optic anlage of a human embryo of 11 mm
(Embryo Pi of Hochstetter's collection; the embryo is figured in Hochstetter's series of figures, in the Normentafel of Keibe and Elze, where a statement of the degree of development of its organs is given, and on p. 74, Fig. 52, of this Handbook.) The pigment, which is abundantly deposited in the outer layer of the optic cup and which extends almost into the optic stalk, does not show under the magnification (X 100) employed. The thickened proximal wall of the lens vesicle fills about the half of the lumen of this structure, and in the lumen are degenerating cells. X 100.
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