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Fig. 53. Two Diagrams to Illustrate the Hypothetical Early Development of Primates

Am.c, Amniotic cavity. Coe, Coelom. Ec, Ectoderm, in B, bearing the anlages of villi. Ent, Entoderm.

Mes', Somatic mesoderm. Mes" , Splanchnic mesoderm. Tro, Trophoblast.


Chapter II. The Early Development Of Mammals: 52. Human Embryo Week 3 | 53. Early Primate Development | 54. Early Stage Primate Embryo | 55. Antero-posterior Section Uterus and Embryo 5 Weeks | 56. Human Uterus 40 Days Pregnancy | 57. Monkey Vesicle in Uterus | 58. Monkey Vesicle in Uterus detail | 59. Peters's Ovum | 60. Gibbon Embryo 3rd Stage | 61. Gibbon Embryo lateral | 62. Gibbon Embryo Transverse Section | 63. Embryonic Area of Ovum | 64. Human Embryo 1.54 mm | 65. Human Embryo 1.54 mm Median Section | 66. Human Embryo of 1.54 mm | 67. Human Embryo Open Medullary Groove | 68. Human Embryo 13-14 Days | 69. Human Ovum 15-18 Days | 70. Embryo of Fig. 69 | 71. Human Embryo, 2.15 mm | 72. Embryo Shown in Fig. 71 | 73. Human Embryo of 2.6 mm | 74. Embryo 2.6 mm in Fig. 72 | 75. Human Embryo 42 mm | 76. Entodermal Canal Embryo 4.2 mm | 77. Human Embryo, 3.2 mm | 78. Human Embryo 4.2 mm Shown in Fig. 75 | 79. Human Embryo 23 Days | 80. Human Embryo 7 mm | 81. Human Embryo 7.5 mm | 82. Pharyngeal Region Human Embryo 11.5 mm | 83. Human Embryo 9.8 mm | 84. Human Embryo 9.8 mm | 85. Human Embryo 11 mm | 86. Human Embryo 14 mm | 87. Human Embryo 35 Days | 88. Human Embryo 16 mm | 89. Human Embryo 22 mm | 90. Human Embryo 28 mm | 91. Human Embryo 32 mm | 92. Human Embryo 34 mm Face | 93. Human Embryo 55 mm 75 Days | 94. Human Embryo of 78 mm 3 Months | 95. Embryo face in Fig. 94 | 96. Human Embryo 120 mm 110 Days | 97. Human Embryo 118 mm 106 Days | 98. Human Embryo155 mm 123 Days | Chapter 3 Figures | Figures


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Human Embryology: Introduction | The Uterus | General Outline of Human Development | The Genital Products | History of the Genoblasts and the Theory of Sex | The Germ-Layers | Segmentation | Primitive Streak | Mesoderm and the Coelom | Germ-Layers General Remarks | The Embryo | The Medullary Groove, Notochord and Neurenteric Canals | Coelom Divisions; Mesenchyma Origin | Blood, Blood-Vessels and Heart Origin | Urogenital System Origin | The Archenteron and the Gill Clefts | Germinal Area, the Embryo and its Appendages | The Foetal Appendages | Chorion | Amnion and Proamnion | The Yolk Sack, Allantois and Umbilical Cord | Placenta | The Foetus | Growth and External Development Embryo and Foetus | Mesenchymal Tissues | Skeleton and Limbs | Muscular System | Splanchnocoele and Diaphragm | Urogenital System | Transformations of the Heart and Blood-Vessels | The Epidermal System | Mouth Cavity and Face | The Nervous System | Sense Organs | Entodermal Canal | Figures | References | Embryology History

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Minot CS. Human Embryology. (1897) London: The Macmillan Company.


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