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Plate 3 Figure 5 Idealized cross-section (reconstruction) at the point where all three germ-layers are continuous

1 to 5. The following drawings (indicated by D in the text-figures) are obviously reconstructions and therefore somewhat schematic. They would cut the median line at or near the points traversed by the sections shown in the photographs (Plate 2. figs. 1 to 4), and have therefore been designated by the same section number. In otherwords section (photograph) 425 and drawing (section) 42;j would intereect in tlie median line. Like the photographs ihey are slightly oblique dorsoventrally.

  1. (Section) 425. Posterior part of primitive streak. X 100.
  2. (Section) 406 +. Dorsal opening of archenteric canal. X 100.
  3. (Section) 401. Typical head process, archenteric canal, "plaque notochordale' and "plaque lec'ithoenterique." X 100.
  4. (Section) 394 +. Large ventral opening, "plaque notochordale." X 100.
  5. Idealized cross-section (reconstruction) at the point where all three germ-layers are continuous. Its location, while not indicated, can be made out from text-figure 5.
Contribution No.23: Figures | Plate 1 | Plate 2 | Plate 3 | Plate 4 | Plate 1 | Carnegie - Contributions to Embryology | Carnegie stage 8 | Category:Carnegie Stage 8 | Historic Embryology Papers
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Reference

Ingalls NW. A human embryo before the appearance of the myotomes. (1918) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. No.23 Publ. 227, 7:111-134.



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current11:55, 2 January 2013Thumbnail for version as of 11:55, 2 January 2013604 × 399 (19 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)===Plate 3=== 1 to 5. The following drawings (indicated by D in the text-figures) are obviously reconstructions and therefore somewhat schematic. They would cut the median line at or near the points traversed by the sections shown in the photographs (Pla