Paper - Development of the human embryo during the period of somite formation, including embryos with 2 to 16 pairs of somites

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Bartelmez GW. and Evans HM. Development of the human embryo during the period of somite formation, including embryos with 2 to 16 pairs of somites. (1926) Contrib. Embryol., Vol. 17, Carn. Inst. Wash. Pub. No. 85, pp. 1-67.

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George Bartelmez (1885 -1967) was a Fellow in Zoology at the University of Chicago from 1907 and received his Ph.D. (bilaterality of the pigeon's egg) in embryology in 1910. Developed the human embryological collection in the Anatomy Department of the University of Chicago. In 1922 wrote this current paper and in 1926 with H.M. Evans wrote a description of human embryo development during the period of early somite formation.


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Development of the Human Embryo during the period of Somite Formation, including Embryos with 2 to 16 pairs of Somites

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G. W. Bartelmez and Herbert M Evans

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George Bartelmez (1885 -1967) Herbert M Evans (1882—1971)





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