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Fig. 386. Section through the wall of the fore-brain vesicle of a chick embryo of 3.5 days

Cajal drawing.

A, b arid c, Differentiating nerve cells in apolar stage, the neurofibrils are black.

a, cell in a stage transitional to the bipolar stage; B, bipolar cells; c (at lower right corner), cone of "growth" of developing axone; e, tangential axone. The cells in the bipolar stage have migrated outward, but the neuroblast or mantle layer has not yet been differentiated.


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current00:36, 30 January 2011Thumbnail for version as of 00:36, 30 January 2011491 × 410 (53 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)==Fig. 386. Section through the wall of the fore-brain vesicle of a chick embryo of 3.5 days== Cajal. A, b arid c, Differentiating nerve cells in apolar stage, the neurofibrils are black; a, cell in a stage transitional to the bipolar stage; B, bipolar