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Fig. 13. Injected chick embryo of the third day

Showing extension of capillaries from which the umbilical vein is formed, as far as the posterior limb bud. The reduction is much greater than in the preceding figures in order that the entire embryo can be shown.

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


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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