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==Fig. 65 Showing the production of the Morula from the Ovum==
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Fig. 65 Showing the production of the Morula from the Ovum

A. The ovum after the first division.

B. After the second.

C. The Morula

The Ovum Development: Fig. 59. Ovary and Fallopian Tube in 5th month | Fig. 60. Fetus at the end of the 2nd month | Fig. 61. Ovary and Fallopian Tube | Fig. 62. Primitive Ova carried by Germinal Epithelium | Fig. 63. Graafian Follicle | Fig. 64. Broad Ligament and Fallopian Tube | Fig. 65. Morula | Fig. 66. Blastodermic Vesicle | Fig. 67. Bilaminar Blastoderm | Fig. 68. Embryogenie area of a Bilaminar Blastoderm | Fig. 69. Blastodermic Vesicle | Fig. 70. Embryo and Membranes | Fig. 71. Parts of the Decidua | Fig. 72. Amnion and Prechorion | Fig. 73. Genital Ridges | Figures


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Keith A. Human Embryology and Morphology. (1902) London: Edward Arnold.


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