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Plate 10

20 The reticulum in the maternal tissue surrminding the multinucleated syncytial cell mass in the center of the picture is irregularly arranged. In many places the strands are clumped, frayed, and sharply broken off. The syncytial mass has phagocytized particles of reticular strands. At one point there is a, phagocytized strand continuous with the reticulum about the syncytial mass. Bielschowsky-Maresch technique. X 790.

21 This photomicrograph shows the junction of the maternal and fetal tissues. The edge of the maternal tissue is indicated by the termination of the reticular framework. The reticulum is frayed and irregular. Numerous strands project freely into the implantation cavity. There is clumping and irregula1'ity of pattern of the reticular frmliework. The syncytial cell mass has phagocytized some reticular strands and continuity between the reticulum and these strands is demonstrated. Bielschowsky-Maresch teclmique. X 790.


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Reference

Brewer JI. A normal human ovum in a stage preceding the primitive streak (The Edwards-Jones-Brewer ovum). (1937) Amer. J Anat., 61: 429-481.


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