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Fig. 6. Lateral view of head of injected chick embryo of 25 somites

The lateral surfaces of the fore and mid brain vesicles are now completely covered by the capillary net, which is extending dorsally but is still far from the middorsal line. There is seen a corresponding great growth of the anterior cardinal vein and its system of tributaries.


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Evans (1909) Figures: 1 Chick 17 somites | 2 Chick 20 somites | 3 Chick 23 somites | 6 Chick lateral 25 somites |

Reference

Evans HM. On the development of the aortae, cardinal and umbilical veins, and the other blood vessels of vertebrate embryos from capillaries. (1909) Anat. Rec. 3: 498-518.



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