Paper - A human embryo of two somites in situ

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Piersol WH. A human embryo of two somites, in situ. (1937) Anat. Rec, 67(suppl): 39-40.

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This historic 1937 paper by Piersol describes a stage 9 human embryo at the end of week 3.



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A Human Embryo of Two Somites, in situ


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