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Fig. 7. A section through the middle of the otic plate of the eleven—somite embryo H637

(Univ. of Chicago C011,). Camera drawing with 2-mm. Zeiss apochromate and comp. ocular 2 at 1000 diameters and reduced one-half in reproduction. The wavy line below at the right marks the external boundary of the neural tube. There is no mesenchyme between it and the otic plate.

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Bartelmez GW. The origin of the otic and optic primordia in man. (1922) J. Comp. Neural., 34: 201-232.

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