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Fig. 9. Injected chick embryo of 23 somites

To show the origin of the umbilical vein from a capillary plexus situated in the angle between the posterior cardinal vein and the duct of Cuvier. A. C. V. = anterior cardinal vein; P. C. V. = posterlor cardinal vein; U = capiliaries destined to form the umbilical vein.



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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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