Manual of Human Embryology II - Figures

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XIV. The Development of the Nervous System

I. Histogenesis of Nervous Tissue

I. Histogenesis of Nervous Tissue

II. Development of the Central Nervous System

II. Development of the Central Nervous System

III. Peripheral Nervous System

III. Peripheral Nervous System

XVII. The Development of the Digestive Tract and of the Organs of Respiration

XVII. The Development of the Digestive Tract and of the Organs of Respiration

The Early Development of the Entodermal Tract and the Formation of its Subdivisions

The Early Development of the Entodermal Tract and the Formation of its Subdivisions

The Development of the Sense-Organs

The Development of the Sense-Organs

The Mouth and Its Organs

The Mouth and Its Organs

The Development Of The Oesophagus

The Development Of The Oesophagus

The Development of the Stomach

The Development of the Stomach

The Development of the Small Intestine

The Development of the Small Intestine

The Development of the Liver

The Development of the Liver

Development of the Pancreas

Development of the Pancreas

The Development of the Pharynx and of the Organs of Respiration

The Development of the Pharynx and of the Organs of Respiration

I. General Morphology of the Pharyngeal Pouches

I. General Morphology of the Pharyngeal Pouches

II. The Differentiation of the Pharyngeal Pouches - the Second Pharyngeal Pouch and the Tonsils

II. The Differentiation of the Pharyngeal Pouches - the Second Pharyngeal Pouch and the Tonsils


B. The Development of the Respiratory Apparatus

III. The Third to the Fifth Pharyngeal Pouches - the Branchiogenic Organs

III. The Third to the Fifth Pharyngeal Pouches - the Branchiogenic Organs


XVIII. The Development of the Blood, the Vascular System, and the Spleen

XVIII. The Development of the Blood, the Vascular System, and the Spleen

I. The Origin of the Angioblast and the Development of the Blood

I. The Origin of the Angioblast and the Development of the Blood


II. The Development of the Heart

II. The Development of the Heart

A. Origin of the Vascular System

B. Vascular System in Early Human Embryos

C. Arteries

C. Arteries

D. Veins

Lymphatic


Spleen

XIX Development of the Urinogenital Organs

I. The Development of the Excretory Glands and their Ducts

II. The Development of the Reproductive Glands and their Ducts

III. The Urogenital Union

IV. Development of the External Genitalia

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