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Fig. 536. The arteries of the gill arch region of a shark embryo (Pristiurus)

Seen from the left side. (According to Dohrn.)

The head is placed in an upright position as in humans, to facilitate the examination and comparison with the situation in the human embryo. The maze bubbles, the olfactory pit, the eye and the brain are indicated, as are the gills. From the pull truncus arteriosus six dorsal aorta, around the wall of the foregut, including the gills and open into the side wall of the aorta dorsalis. The embryo is transparent, as he thought it is in reality.

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(Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen)

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Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).

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Fig. 536. Die Arterien der Kiemenbo^enresion eines Haifischembryo (Pristiurus).

Von der linken Seite gesehen. (Nach Dohrn.)

Der Kopf ist in aufrechte Stellung wie beim Menschen gebracht, um die Betrachtung und den Vergleich mit den Verhältnissen beim Menschenembryo zu erleichtem. Die Labyrinthblasen, die Riechgrube, das Auge und das Gehirn sind angegeben, ebenso die Kiemenbogen. Vom Truncus arteriosus ziehen die sechs Aortenbogen dorsalwärts, um die Wand des Kopfdarms herum, eingeschlossen in die Kiemenbogen und münden in die Seitenwand ,der Aorta dorsalis. Der Embryo ist durchsichtig gedacht so wie er es auch in Wirklichkeit ist.

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