Paper - On stages in the development of human embryos from 2 to 25 mm long

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Mall FP. On stages in the development of human embryos from 2 to 25 mm long. (1914) Anat. Anz., 46: 78-84.

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On Stages in the Development of Human Embryos from 2 to 25 mm long

Franklin Mall (1911)

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