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Fig.2. Embryo No. 284

Embryo 284, 54 mm long, immediately beneath the squamo-zygomatic the alisphenoid may be seen. Original figure was enlarged 2.5 diameters.

Online Editor - Note the size of this specimen would occur during Week 10 in early Fetal Development.

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Ossification Centers in Human Embryos: Fig 1 Embryo No. 333 | Fig 2 Embryo No. 284 | Fig 3 Occipital Ossification | Fig 4 Embryo No. 284 Head | Fig 5 Embryo No. 300 Hand | Fig 6 Embryo No. 300 Leg | Table 1 Ossification Centers Month 2 | Table 2 Skull Ossification | Table 3 Rib Ossification | Table 4 Vertebra Ossification | Table 5 Vertebra Body Ossification | Table 6 Arm Ossification | Table 7 Leg Ossification | Franklin Mall | Bone Development Timeline


Mall FP. On ossification centers in human embryos less than one hundred days old. (1906) Amer. J Anat. 5:433-458.

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current12:08, 16 July 2015Thumbnail for version as of 12:08, 16 July 20151,317 × 1,532 (205 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)==Fig.2. Embryo No. 284)== Embryo 54 mm long, immediately beneath the squamo-zygomatic the alisphenoid may be seen. Original figure was enlarged 5 times. {{Mall1906 figures}}