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==Fig. 341. Epithelial lung anlage of the embryo 18. 5 mm==
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Rob. {{Meyer 338}} (Normentafel No. 18. 5 mm.), from the ventral surface. M, {{stomach}}. X 100.
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Fig. 341. Epithelial lung anlage of the embryo 18. 5 mm

Rob. Meyer 338 (Normentafel No. 18. 5 mm.), from the ventral surface. M, stomach. X 100.


Respiratory Development: Fig. 331. Embryo of 23 primitive segments | Fig. 332.Embryo of 4.25 mm | Fig. 333. Same model seen from the left | Fig. 334. 8mm Embryo Larynx | Fig. 335. Laryngeal entrance embryo 28 to 29 days 8-9 mm | Fig. 336. Larynx section shown in Fig. 335. | Fig. 337. Laryngeal entrance embryo of 40-42 days 15-16 mm | Fig. 338. Laryngeal entrance embryo 30 mm | Fig. 339. Laryngeal entrance embryo 16/23 cm male. | Fig. 340. Laryngeal entrance embryo 29/43 cm male. | Fig. 341. Epithelial lung anlage of the embryo 18. 5 mm | Fig. 342. Epithelial lung anlage of the embryo 7 mm | Figs. 343 and 344. Embryo lungs beginning 5th week | Fig. 343. Embryo lungs beginning 5th week ventral views | Fig. 344. Embryo lungs beginning 5th week dorsal views | Fig. 345 Anlage of the lung of embryo 10.5 mm seen from in front with arteries and vein | Fig. 346. Section through the lower lobe of the right lung of a fetus of 100 mm vertex-breech length | Fig. 347. Mesoderm embryo 5 mm | Figs. 349 and 350. Mesoderm embryo 13 mm | Fig. 349. Mesoderm embryo 13 mm ventral surface | Fig. 350. Mesoderm embryo 13 mm dorsal surface | Figs. 351 and 352. Lungs Embryo 17.5 mm right and left | Fig. 351. Lungs Embryo 17.5 mm right | Fig. 352. Lungs Embryo 17.5 mm left | Fig. 353. Lung Lobation | Respiratory Figures | Figures Vol. 2



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