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Fig. 7 Drawings of ventral views of reconstructions of hearts of human embryos at various stages

To show the changes in the conus and ventricles which lead to their partitioning and to the formation of the membranous portion of the interventricular septum.

A 8.8 mm. embryo (U. of M. Coll. EH. 35).

B 11 mm. embryo (Modified from Mall, ’13, fig. 11).

C 13 mm. embryo (Carnegie Emb. Coll., no. 841).

D 14.5 mm. embryo (Modified from Tandler, in Keibel and Mall, ’12, fig. 386).

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Kramer TC. The partitioning of the truncus and conus and the formation of the membranous portion of the interventricular septum in the human heart. (1942) Amer. J Anat. 71(3): 343-370.

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