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FIG. 39. LONGITUDINAL SECTION THROUGH THE BRAIN OF A YOUNG PRISTIURUS EMBRYO.


cer. commencement of cerebral hemisphere ; pn. pineal gland ; In. infundibulum ; pt. ingrowth of mouth to form the pituitary body ; mb. mid-brain ; cb. cerebellum ; ch. notochord ; al. alimentary tract ; laa. artery of mandibular arch.



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Reference

Foster, M., Balfour, F. M., Sedgwick, A., & Heape, W. (1883). The Elements of Embryology. (2nd ed.). London: Macmillan and Co.

The Elements of Embryology (1883)

Volume 1 The History of the Chick: Egg structure and incubation beginning | Summary whole incubation | First day | Second day - first half | Second day - second half | Third day | Fourth day | Fifth day | Sixth day to incubation end
Volume 2 The History of the Mammalian Embryo: General Development | Embryonic Membranes and Yolk-Sac | Organs from Epiblast | Organs from Mesoblast | Alimentary Canal | Appendix

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current09:16, 11 January 2011Thumbnail for version as of 09:16, 11 January 2011422 × 386 (31 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)FIG. 39. LONGITUDINAL SECTION THROUGH THE BRAIN OF A YOUNG PRISTIURUS EMBRYO. cer. commencement of cerebral hemisphere ; pn. pineal gland ; In. infundibulum ; pt. ingrowth of mouth to form the pituitary body ; mb. mid-brain ; cb. cerebellum ; ch. notoch