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- 14:18, 23 October 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Development of hypothalamus.jpg (Stages of hypothalamus development: a) Week 6 b) Week 9 c) Week 18 d) Weeks 19-28 Adapted from <ref name=Rizzot>K. Rizzot, ‘Organ recital in a dish’, Regenerative Medicine: 2011, 280, pp.44-46, http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v480/n7375/full...)
- 13:41, 23 October 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Week 11 fetal development of CNS.jpg (Week 11 fetal development of CNS. Adapted from <ref name=Pansky>B. Pansky, ‘The Diencephalon, second vesicle’ Review of Medical Embryology:201, http://discovery.lifemapsc.com/library/review-of-medical-embryology/chapter-153-the-diencephalon-second...)
- 13:32, 23 October 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Primary brain vesicles.jpg (Primary brain vesicles on day 30 of embryonic development of CNS Adapted from <ref name= PMID10852851><pubmed>10852851</pubmed></ref> <reference/> Copyright Beginning six months after publication, I z3418698 grant the public the non-exclusive right...)
- 13:02, 23 October 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Week 6 embryonic development of CNS.jpg (Week 6 embryonic development of CNS and emergence of pineal evagination. Adapted from <ref name=Pansky>B. Pansky, ‘The Diencephalon, second vesicle’ Review of Medical Embryology:2011, http://discovery.lifemapsc.com/library/review-of-medical-embry...)
- 22:06, 22 August 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Degenerated mouse embryos.jpeg (=Morphology of mouse embryos degenerated by endocrine disruptors in the medium (a) or the coculture (b)= =Reference= =Copyright= Copyright ©2012 Lee et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms o...)
- 21:48, 20 August 2014 Z3418698 uploaded File:Secondary Oocyte during in-vitro fertilisation.jpeg (A human secondary oocyte during in-vitro fertilisation viewed with a light microscope. The small cell at the bottom right is a polar body. Spice Walker, Wellcome Images. z3418698)