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Fig. 610. Transverse section through an embryo of 4.7 mm vertex-breech length 33-35 pairs of primitive segments

Embryo of 4.7 mm vertex-breech length and 4.9 mm. nape length and with 33-35 pairs of primitive segments(Embryo 137, G. 31, from the collection of the II Anatomical Institute, Berlin, Professor O. Hertwig; slide 9, row 3, section 1.)

The section passes through the 11th primitive segment and the 5th mesonephric tubule. The urogenital fold is shown passing on the right into the root of the mesentery, on the left into the lateral wall of the body. A primary genital cell is to be seen in the root of the mesentery.


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Felix W. The development of the urinogenital organs. In Keibel F. and Mall FP. Manual of Human Embryology II. (1912) J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia. pp 752-979.

XIX Development of the Urinogenital Organs: Excretory Glands and their Ducts | Reproductive Glands and their Duct | Urogenital Union | External Genitalia | Figures | Literature
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