Category:Carnegie Embryo 8630
|Stage 2 Links: Week 1 | Morula | Blastocyst | Mitosis | Zona pellucida | Lecture | Medicine Practical | Science Practical | Next Stage 3|
|Historic Papers: 1956|
Hertig AT. Rock J. and Adams EC. A description of 34 human ova within the first 17 days of development. (1956) Amer. J Anat., 98:435-493.
|Carnegie Number||Horizon||Age (days)||Overall Size|
|8630||II||4||0.095 x 0.070|
59 An intact abnormal 5-cell morula showing variation in the size and shape of the blastomeres each of which contains a number of small rounded nuclear fragments. Note intact zona closely applied to the blastomeres, an artifact of ﬁxation. Carnegie 8630, Sequence 7. X 500.
60 A section of the ovum shown in ﬁgure 59 to show the variation of nuclear form. The blastomere at the left contains numerous small rounded nuclei or nuclear fragments. The middle blastomere contains a large indistinct nucleolus and the one on the right contains three pairs of chromatin masses that strongly suggest, a disintegrating mitotic ﬁgure of triaster type. Note two polar bodies below and artifactitiously ruptured zona. Carnegie 8630, Section 9. X 500.
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