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Fig. 637. The Urspnias folseadea the cranial nerves is shown

Oculomotor, trigeminal, Facial and auditory nerves, glossopharyngeal, vagus and spinal accessory, hypoglossal. Furthermore the origin of the four upper Cervikalnerven. From a human Embryo of 6.9 mm in length. (Age 4 weeks.) (After he Street.)

The neural tube, shows the various departments (see Figures 602 and 605), besides the optic cup and the maze bubbles. The embryonic head is brought into the upright position for ease of orientation.


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Fig. 637. Der Urspnias der folseadea Kopfnerven ist dargestellt:

Oculomotorius, Trigeminus,

Facialis und Acusticus, Glossopharyngeus, Vagus und Accessorius, Hypoglossus. Femer der Ursprung der vier oberen Cervikalnerven. Von einem menschlichen

Embryo von 6,9 mm Länge. (Alter 4 Wochen.)

(Nach Street er.)


Das Nervenrohr zeigt die verschiedenen Abteilungen (vergl. die Fig. 602 und 605), überdies den Augenbecher und das Labyrinthbläschen. Der embryonale Kopf ist in die aufrechte Stellung gebracht worden wegen der leichteren Orientierung.

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