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Fig. 61. Sections of blastocysts of the white rat, showing inversion (entypy) of the germ layers

Huber.

A, blastocyst 6 days and 14 hours after insemination.

B, blastocyst 8 days and 1 8 hours after insemination, with egg-cylinder cut longitudinally.

C, similar section of blastocyst 7 days and 22 hours after insemination (younger than B but further advanced in development), showing beginning of proamniotic cavity.

D, similar section of blastocyst 8 days after insemination (younger than B but further advanced in development), showing more advanced proamniotic cavity.

Legend

  1. Ectoplacental cone
  2. ectodermal node
  3. primary embryonic ectoderm
  4. extraembryonic ectoderm
  5. transitory ectoderm (original wall of blastocyst)
  6. proamniotic cavity
  7. visceral entoderm
  8. cells of parietal entoderm
  9. primary embryonic entoderm.


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Reference

Bailey FR. and Miller AM. Text-Book of Embryology (1921) New York: William Wood and Co.



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