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Plate 1

1 Transverse section, showing the oral hypophysis in a 4.G8—n1m. human (‘l]lbl'_V() (U.B.E.C., no. 3). X 100.

2 Sagittal section through hypophysis region of a 9.5~m1n. human embryo (U.B.E.C., no. 15). Nasal end at left. X 100.

3 Sagittal section through hypophysis region of 10.5-mm. human elnbryo (U.B.E.C., no. 26). Nasal end at left. X 100.

Abbreviations b.w., brain wall h_1/1)., hypophysis relation 1x’., Rathke’s pouch with ru1te1'ior extremity of notor-hard (1., divorticulum, perhaps in

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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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