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Fig. 183. Human embryo of the fourth month in utero

Showing the arrangement of the membranes and placenta. After Strahl. c, Chorion and amnion; p, placenta; u, umbilical cord.


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Kellicott WE. Outlines of Chordate Development (1913) Henry Holt and Co., New York.

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