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FIG. 2.

A. Yellow yolk-sphere filled with fine granules. The outline of the sphere has been rendered too bold.

B. White yolk-spheres and spherules of various sizes and presenting different appearances.

(It is very difficult in a woodcut to give a satisfactory representation of these peculiar structures.)


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current15:45, 8 January 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:45, 8 January 2011684 × 278 (37 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)FIG. 2. A. Yellow yolk-sphere filled with fine granules. The outline of the sphere has been rendered too bold. B. White yolk-spheres and spherules of various sizes and presenting different appearances. (It is very difficult in a woodcut to give a sati