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Fig. 179. Diagrams illustrating the formation of the umbilical cord and the relations of the allantois and yolk-sac in the human embryo

From McMurrich (Development of the Human Body).

The heavy black line represents the embryonic ectoderm; the dotted line marks the line of the transition of the body (embryonic) ectoderm into that of the amnion.

Stippled areas, mesoderm. Ac, Amnionic cavity; Al, allantois; Be, exocoelom; Bs, body stalk; Ch, chorion; P, placenta; Uc, umbilical cord; V, chorionic (trophodermic) villi; Ys, yolk-sac.


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