Talk:Book - The Early Embryology of the Chick
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Author: Patten, Bradley M. (Bradley Merrill), 1889-
Subject: Birds -- Embryology
Publisher: Philadelphia P. Blakiston
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Call number: ABZ-1137
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Gerstein - University of Toronto
Collection: gerstein; toronto
The Early Embryology of the Chick: Introduction | Gametes and Fertilization | Segmentation | Entoderm | Primitive Streak and Mesoderm | Primitive Streak to Somites | 24 Hours | 24 to 33 Hours | 33 to 39 Hours | 40 to 50 Hours | Extra-embryonic Membranes | 50 to 55 Hours | Day 3 to 4 | Figures
- The Gametes and Fertilization - The ovarian ovum; maturation, ovulation, and fertilization; the formation of the accessory coverings of the ovum; the structure of the egg at the time of laying; incubation.
- The Process of Segmentation - The effect of yolk on segmentation; the unsegmented blastodisc; the sequence and orientation of the cleavage divisions in birds.
- The Establishment of the Entoderm - The morula stage; the formation of the blastula; the effect of yolk on gastrulation; gastrulation in birds.
- The Formation of the Primitive Streak and the Establishment of the Mesoderm - The location and appearance of the primitive streak; the origin of the primitive streak by concrescence of the blastopore; the formation of the mesoderm.
- From the Primitive Streak Stage to the Appearance of the Somites - The primitive streak as a center of growth; the growth of the entoderm and the establishment of the primitive gut; the growth and differentiation of the mesoderm; the formation of the notochord; the formation of the neural plate; the differentiation of the embryonal area.
- The Structure of Twenty-four Hour Chicks - The formation of the head; the formation of the neural groove; the regional divisions of the mesoderm; the coelom; the pericardial region; the area vasculosa.
- The Changes Between Twenty-four and Thirty-three Hours of Incubation - The closure of the neural tube; the differentiation of the brain region; the anterior neuropore; the sinus rhomboidalis; the fate of the primitive streak; the formation of additional somites; the lengthening of the fore-gut; the appearance of the heart and the omphalomesenteric veins; organization in the area vasculosa.
- The Structure of Chicks Between Thirty-three and Thirty-nine Hours of Incubation - (The divisions of the brain and their neuromeric structure; the auditory pits; the formation of extra-embryonic blood vessels ;^the formation of the heart; the formation of intra-embryonic blood vessels. ,
- The Changes Between Forty and Fifty Hours of Incubation - Flexion and torsion; the completion of the vitelline circulatory channels; the beginning of the circulation of blood.
- Extra-embryonic Membranes - The folding off of the body of the embryo; the establishment of the yolk-sac and the delimitation of the embryonic gut; the amnion and the serosa; the allantois.
- The Structure of Chicks from Fifty to Fifty-five Hours of Incubation
- External Features.
- The Nervous System - Growth of the telencephalic region; the epiphysis; the infundibulum and Rathke's pocket; the optic vesicles; the lens; the posterior part of the brain and the cord region of the neural tube; the neural crests.
- The Digestive Tract - The fore-gut; the stomodaeum; the pre-oral gut; the mid-gut; the hind-gut.
- The Visceral Clefts and Visceral Arches
- The Circulatory System - The heart; the aortic arches; the fusion of the dorsal aortae; the cardinal and omphalomesenteric vessels.
- The Differentiation of the Somites
- The Urinary System.
- The Development of the Chick During the Third and Fourth Days of Incubation
- External Features. Torsion; flexion; the visceral arches and clefts; the oral region; the appendage buds; the allantois.
- The Nervous System. Summary of development prior to the third day; the formation of the telencephalic vesicles; the diencephalon; the mesencephalon; the metencephalon; the myelencephalon; the ganglia of the cranial nerves; the spinal cord; the spinal nerve roots.
- The Sense Organs. The eye; the ear; the olfactory organs,
- The Digestive and Respiratory Systems, Summary of development prior to the third day; the establishment of the oral opening; the pharyngeal derivatives; the trachea; the lung-buds; the oesophagus and stomach; the liver; the pancreas; the mid-gut region; the cloaca; the proctodaeum and the cloacal membrane.
- The Circulatory System. The functional significance of the embryonic circulation; the vitelline circulation; the allantoic circulation; the intra-embryonic circulation; the heart.
- The Urinary System. The general relationships of pronephros, mesonephros, and metanephros; the pronephric tubules of the chick; the mesonephric tubules.
- The Coelom and Mesenteries.