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Revision as of 15:35, 26 August 2010

Introduction

Wilhelm His (1831-1904)

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1888 - Anatomie menschlicher Embryonen (?1880–1885)


Links: Embryology History | original page

15 Days Embryo

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Human Embryo (approx 15 Days)

18 to 21 Days Embryo

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Human Embryo (approx 18 to 21 Days)

27 to 30 Days Embryo

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Human Embryo (approx 27 to 30 Days)

31 to 34 Days Embryo

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Human Embryo (approx 31 to 34 Days)

References

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