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Jackson 1909 Figures: Fig 1. 11 mm embryo | Fig 2. 17 mm embryo | Fig 3. 31 mm embryo | Fig 4. 65 mm embryo | Fig. 5-8 | Fig 5. 11 mm embryo | Fig 6. 17 mm embryo | Fig 7. 31 mm embryo | Fig 8. 65 mm embryo


Jackson CM. On the developmental topography of the thoracic and abdominal viscera. (1909) Anat. Rec. 111: -396.

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