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Fig. 22 Model of hypophysis region, seventeen-day embryo

(28A), viewed from right side. X 50. b.w., brain waII; n.Z., neural lobe; p.t., pars tuberalis; cort., cortical plate; sphen., portion of sphenoid; st., stalk; p . , process surrounding neck of neural lobe.

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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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