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Fig. 697. Conversion of the primary optic vesicle of the human embryo

The lens is still hanging together with the ectoderm, the primary eye bubble is indented with respect to the lens system. Engaged in this indentation the lens system inside. Between the lens and the lateral slat Optic vesicle is a narrow space, which increases the glass body and later allowed to develop. Law is made ​​the lens pouch only in passing, left through the middle.

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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. 697. Umwandlung der primären Augenblase des menschlichen Embryo

in eine sekundäre Augenblase.

(Nach His.)

Die Linse hängt noch mit dem Ektoderm zusammen, die primäre Augen- blase ist gegenüber der Linsenanlage eingebuchtet. In diese Einbuchtung rückt die Linsenanlage hinein. Zwischen der Linse und der lateralen Lamelle der Augenblase ist ein schmaler Raum, der sich später vergrößert und dem Glas- körper seine Entwicklung gestattet. Rechts ist das Linsensäckchen nur am Rande getroffen, links durch die Mitte.

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