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Fig. 20 Neural lobe of hypophysis from three embryos viewed as in fisure 19

X 100. These figures were obtained by the His method of graphic reconstruction from transverse sections. A and C from sixteen-day embryos, 5A and 5B, respectively; B, from eighteen-day embryo, 12B. cont., contact areas.

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See also Atwell WJ. The development of the hypophysis cerebri in man, with special reference to the pars tuberalis. (1926) Amer. J Anat. 37: 139-193.

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Atwell WJ. The development of the hypophysis cerebri of the rabbit (Lepus Cuniculus L.). (1918) Amer. J Anat. 24(2): 271-337

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