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Fig. 5. Microphotograph of a section passing through the caudal part of the acoustico-facial primordium in the Ten-Somite Human Embryo

( x 500). Here the primordium is seen as bilaterally symmetrical masses of cells lying dorso-lateral to the neural tube (cp. figs. l and 7). The otic placodes are well shown.

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Baxter JS. and Boyd JD. Observations on the neural crest of a ten-somite human embryo. (1939) J Anat. 73: 318–326. PMID 17104759

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