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Fig. 5. Diagrams to show how the end of the Wolffian duct is “taken up” into the advancing cavity of the bladder

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Links: Fig 1 Wolflian body embryo 4.9 mm | Fig 2 Walls of cavities from embryos 4.9, 5, and 8 mm | Fig 3 Cloacal expansion outwards along Wolflian duct | Fig 4 Lateral projection of sinus | Fig 5 Wolffian duct “taken up” into cavity of bladder | Fig 6 Lateral dilatation of sinus embryo 8 mm | Fig 7 Dorsal walls of urogenital sinuses embryos 18, 21, and 28 mm | Fig 8 Lining cell layers


Frazer JE. The terminal part of the wolffian duct. (1935) J Anat., 69(4): 455–468. PMID 17104551

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