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Fig. 7. Horizontal Section through Head of Foetal Pig, 7 mm long

Magnified about 600 times.

  • The lids are formed by an external fold, growing downward from above and upward from below the eyeball and the first indication of this growth is shown at B, Fig. 7.
  • In Figs. 7 and 8 the lens vesicle will be seen to have been entirely separated from the surface.

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