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Abbreviations for all Figures
  • A.car.int., internal carotid artery
  • A.seg.dor., dorsal segmental arteries
  • A.urnb.d.-s., umbilical artery, right, left
  • All., allantois
  • Am., amnion
  • An.ao., aortic anastomosis
  • Ao.dor.d.-s., dorsal aorta, right, left
  • Ar.ao.d.-s.,I, II, aortic arches, right, left, I, II
  • Area br.III,IV, ectodermal areas of third or fourth visceral pouches
  • Area hy., ectodermal area of hyoid arch
  • Area P prin., principal trigeminal area (or the ectodermal area of placodal contributions)
  • Area mand., mandibular area
  • Area ophth, ophthalmic area
  • Atr.d.s., atrium, right, left
  • Atr.canal., atrial canal
  • Br.int.d.-s., internal gill rudiment, right, left
  • Bulb.ao., aortic bulb
  • Bulb.cor., bulbus cordis
  • Ch.dor., chorda dorsalis
  • Ch.sp., chorda spinalis
  • Coel., coelom
  • Coel.epith., coelomic epithelium
  • Coel.per., pericardial coelom
  • Cor, site of heart
  • Cr.neur.V, trigeminal neural crest
  • Cr.neur.VII—VIII, acousticofacial neural crest
  • Cr.neur.IX—X, glossopharyngeal vagal neural crest
  • Dien., diencephalon
  • Disc.inc., discus incepts
  • Disc.V, trigeminal area where the ectoderm fused with the underlying tissue (neural crest?)
  • Disc.VII, facial epibranchial placode
  • Disc.IX, glossopharyngeal epibranchial placode
  • Disc.X, vagal epibranchial placode
  • Duct.proneph., pronephric duct, primary excretory duct
  • Ect., ectoderm
  • Endocard., endocardium
  • Ent., entoderm
  • Pos.pre-op., preoptic fossa
  • Hep, primordium of liver (both medial and lateral thickening)
  • Inf., infundibulum
  • Int.caud., hindgut
  • Int.atr.sul., interatrial sulcus
  • Isth., isthmus
  • Memb.br.I, II, III, first, second or third branchial membranes.
  • Memb.buc., buccopharyngeal membrane
  • Memb.cl., cloacal membrane
  • Meschy., mesenchyme
  • Mesen, mesencephalon
  • Myocard., myocardium
  • Neph., nephrostome
  • Neu.ant., anterior neuropore
  • Ph., pharynx
  • Pli.ph.vent.d.-s.1,2, ventral pharyngeal fold, right, left, first, or second
  • Port.int.ant., anterior intestinal portal
  • Pr.pul., primordium of lung
  • Prec-h.pl., prechordal plate
  • Prosen., prosencephalon
  • Proc.mand., mandibular process
  • Prom.cor., heart swelling (Davis)
  • R.ao.d0r.1, 2, etc., first, second, etc., presegmental aortic branch
  • R.ao.lat., lateral aortic branch
  • R.ao.vent., ventral aortic branch
  • Res.pre.op., preoptic recess (Johnston)
  • Rh.1, .9, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, rhombomere 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  • S.1,2, etc., first, second, etc., somite
  • S.ven., sinus vesous
  • Sac.br.I, II, III, first, second, third pharyngeal pouch
  • Sac.vit., yolk sac
  • Sect, section
  • Sept.tr., septum transversum
  • Sul.di-mesen., dimesencephalic boundary
  • Sul.la., laryngotracheal sulcus
  • Sul.op., optic sulcus
  • Tel., telencephalon
  • Thy;., primordium of thyroid gland
  • Tor.op., torus opticus (Froriep)
  • Tub.proneph., pronephric tubule
  • V.cap.prim., primitive head vein
  • V.card.ant., anterior cardinal vein
  • V.card.com., common cardinal vein
  • Vent.cord., ventricle of heart
  • Ves.mesoneph., mesonephric vesicle
  • Ves.op., optic vesicle
  • Ves.ot., otic vesicle
  • Ves.proneph., pronephric vesicle
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Reference

Wen IC. The anatomy of human embryos with seventeen to twenty-three pairs of somites (1928) J. Comp. Neural., 45: 301-376.


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