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James Peter Hill (1873 - 1954) University of Edinburgh, Royal College of Science in London, and demonstrator in Sydney, Australia. His extensive embryo collection was transferred and added to the Hubrecht Collection in 1966 from the University College London by his daughter Catherine Kirkham Jones. Both collections have subsequently been transferred to Embryological Collection, Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity.
- "By far the largest addition to the Hubrecht Collection was the material collected by James Peter Hill (1873-1954). This consists of about 3,000 bottles of material in alcohol 28,000 microscope slides specimens blocked out in wax; detailed field and laboratory notebooks, and other documentation; and photographs, including pairs of stereomicrographs of platypus and other embryos, to be viewed with the special pair of viewing glasses which survive in the collection."
Image source: The images from the Hill Collection (part of the Embryological Collection) are reproduced with the permission of the Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity. Images are for educational purposes only and must not be reproduced electronically or in writing without permission from the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.
Stage 8 Embryo
| Further descriptions of the "Dobbin" Embryo characterised as (Carnegie Stage 8) can be found in the following papers:
Hill JP. and Florian J. The development of head-process and prochordal plate in man (1931) J Anat. 65(2): 242-6. PMID 17104317
Hill JP. and Florian J. A young human embryo (embryo dobbin) with head-process and prochordal plate. (1931) Phil. Tran. Roy. Soc. London B, 219: 443-486.
| Note the rostral end of notochordal process was at first mistaken for prechordal plate, see published correction.
See page - Carnegie Stage 8 - "Dobbin" Embryo
|chorionic vesicle stereo view 1||chorionic vesicle stereo view 2|
|embryo stereo view 1||embryo stereo view 2|
Stage 12 Embryo
|right view||left view|
- Links: Carnegie stage 12
Stage 13 Embryo
- Links: Carnegie stage 13
Stage 16 Embryo
- Links: Carnegie stage 16
Stage 17 Embryo
Embryo Virtual Slide
- Links: Carnegie stage 17
Stage 18 Embryo
|right ventral||right ventrolateral||right ventrolateral||right lateral|
|right ventral (smaller)||left lateral (smaller)||right dorsolateral (smaller)|
- Links: Carnegie stage 18
Stage 19 Embryo
- Links: Carnegie stage 19
Fetus week 9
Human Placental Villi (4-5 weeks)
- Links: Placenta Development
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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. 2017 Embryology Hill Collection. Retrieved November 20, 2017, from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Hill_Collection