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From Embryology

52. Human Embryo at the Beginning of the Third Week | 53. Two Diagrams to Illustrate the Hypothetical Early Development of Primates | 54. Diagram of an Early Stage of a Primate Embryo | 55. Semi-diagrammatic Outline of an Antero-posterior Section of a Human Uterus Containing an Embryo of about Five Weeks (after Allen Thompson) | 56. Human Uterus, about Forty Days Advanced in Pregnancy (after Coste) | 57. Blastodermic Vesicle of a Monkey (Semnopithecus nasicus) Attached to the Uterus ; Vertical Section (after E. Selenka) | 58. Embryo of the Preceding Figure More Highly Magnified (after E. Selenka) | 59. Section of Peters's Ovum in Situ (after H. Peters) | 60. Embryo of a Gibbon (Hylobates concolor) in the Third Stage (after E. Selenka) | 61. Embryo of a Gibbon, Side View of the Embryo of Fig. 60 (after E. Selenka) | 62. Transverse Section of the Embryo of the Preceding Figure (after E. Selenka) | 63. Surface View of the Embryonic Area of the Ovum Shown in Fig. 61 | 64. Reconstruction of a Human Embryo 1.54 mm Long (after Count Spee) | 65. Human Embryo of 1. 54 mm Median Section from a Wax Model Reconstructed from Sections (after Count Spee) | 66. Human Embryo of 1.54 mm (after Count Spee) | 67. Human Embryo with Open Medullary Groove (after Wais) | 68. Human Embryo of from Thirteen to Fourteen Days (after J. Kallmann) | 69. Human Ovum, said to be from Fifteen to Eighteen Days Old | 70. Embryo of Fig. 69, Separated from the Yolk-sac and Viewed from the Under Side | 71. Human Embryo, 2.15 mm. Long {after IV. His) | 72. Reconstruction of the Anatomy of the Embryo Shown in Fig. 71 (after IV. His) | 73. Human Embryo of 2.6 mm. Length (after IV. His) | 74. Reconstruction of the Anatomy of the Embryo of 2.6 mm. in Fig. 72 (after IV. His) | 75. Human Embryo 42 mm (after IV. His) | 76. Outline of the Entodermal Canal of a Human Embryo of 4.2 mm (after IV. His) | 77. Reconstruction of the Anatomy of a Human Embryo, 3.2 mm Long, showing the Anterior End Viewed from the Ventral Side | 78. Reconstruction of the Anatomy of the Human Embryo of 4.2 mm Shown in Fig. 75 (after IV His) | 79. Human Embryo of About Twenty-three Days (after IV. His) | 80. Human Embryo of 7 mm (after F. P. Mall) | 81. Human Embryo of 7.5 mm in Maximum Length (after IV. His), | 82. Reconstruction of the Pharyngeal Region of a Human Embryo of 1 1.5 mm (after W. His) | 83. Human Ovum with Embryo of 9.8 mm The Chorion Has Been partly Removed to Show the Embryo (Minot Collection, 275) | 84. Embryo of the Preceding Figure | 85. Human Embryo of 11 mm (after IV. His) | 86. Human Embryo of about 14 mm | 87. Human Embryo of about Thirty-five Days (after Coste) | 88. Human Kmbryoof about 16 mm (after IV. His) | 89. Human l^mbryo of 22 mm | 90. Human Embryo of 28 mm | 91. Human Embryo of 32 mm | 92. Human Embryo of 34 mm Front View of Face | 93. Human Embryo of 55 mm Seventy-live Days | 94. Human Embryo of 78 mm Three Months | 95. Front View of the Face of the Embryo Shown in Fig. 94 | 96. Human Embryo of 120 mm (? One Hundred and Ten Days) | 97. Human Embryo of 118 mm One Hundred and Six Days | 98. Human Embryo of 155 mm One Hundred and Twenty-three Days