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Fig. 1A. Diagram of the vertebral column of an embryo 7.5 mm long and about four weeks old

0, occipital plate. t’, first thoracic scleromere. c, first occipital scleromere. s‘, first sacral scleromere. l‘, first lumbar scleromere.

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Reference

Bardeen CR. Vertebral regional determination in young human embryos. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 2: 99 - 105.




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