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Fig. 545. Transverse section of a human embryo of 2.6 mm greatest length

with 13-14 pairs of primitive segments, at the level of the 9th segment. (Embryo Template:Pfannensteil III, from the collection of Professor Pfannenstiel; slide 9, row 2, section 5.) X 50.

Near the dorsal body cavity angle the visceral mesoblast is forming a fold towards the dorsal surface of the intestine. The situation of the dorsal body cavity angle is marked by the attachment of the primitive segment stalk. The aorta on either side with a ramus intestinalis.


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