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Plate III

Fig. 12. Diagram of a sagittal view of embryo to show the vascular system.

Ht, Heart; A I-II-III, First, second and third aortic arches; A0, Dorsal aorta; C.Ao, Caudal aorta; U, Umbilical artery (unite in the bauchstiel); V, Umbilical vein (unite in the Bauchstiel) ; Vit, Branch of umbilical vein, is only suggestion of a possible vitelline vein; V. am, Venous branch to amnion; Ca, Capillaries; do not contain blood and do not connect with veins; B.I., Blood Islands; Ect, Ectoderm; Mes, Mesoderm; Ent, Entoderm; Fg, Foregut; Hg, Hindgut; All, Allantois; Oh, Chorionic membrane; V1, Chorionic villi, showing vascularization; B.S, Bauchstiel; M.C., Mouth Cavity.

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Reference

Dandy WE. A human embryo with seven pairs of somites measuring about 2 mm in length. (1910) Amer. J Anat. 10: 85-109.


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