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Plate XXVII

Fig. 6. Cavitated and non-cavitated of the second generation embryo. 85 mm. X 450.

Fig. 7. Primary and secondary bronchial branchings showing change in type of cells from columnar to cubical. P = primary branching; S = secondary branching. 12-6 cm. embryo. X 200.

Fig. 8. Primary (P). secondary (S) and tertiary primaries of the second generation. (T) bronchial branchings. 154 mm. embryo. X 100.


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Reference

Cooper ERA. A histological investigation of the development and structure of the human lung. (1938) J Pathology 47: 105-114.


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