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Plate II

Fig.1.Sagittal sections through the region in embryos of 35 mm. and 48 mm.

Fig. 2. Two sections through the hind-brain, from embryos of 19 mm. and 26 mm. To show the low ridge, a, visible on the outer surface of the hind-brain.

Fig. 3. Outer aspects of the region in embryos of 16 mm. (left) and 21 mm. (right), showing the ridge, a. This passes up behind the isthmus in the younger embryo, but runs towards it in the other, so that its front part reaches the mid-brain. The teotum has been raised to show this.

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Frazer JE. Development of the region of the isthmus rhombencephali. (1928) J Anat. 63: 7-18. PMID 17104212

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