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Fig. 80a. Photograph of the ovum and embryo

Enlarged twice. The small additional mass forms a diverticulum of the ovum, the cavity of which communicates with the exoccelom through a narrow opening. The tail of the embryo is twisted.



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Figures

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Mall 1908: 6a | 6b | 6c | 6d | 10 | 80a | 80b | 80c | 128 | 320a

Plates

Mall 1908: plate 1 | plate 2 | plate 3 | plate 4 | fig 10 | fig 11

Reference

Mall FP. A study of the causes underlying the origin of human monsters. (1908) J Morphol. 19: 3-368.


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12:44, 29 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 12:44, 29 July 20181,753 × 1,236 (166 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)==Fig. 80a. Photograph of the ovum and embryo== Enlarged twice. The small additional mass forms a diverticulum of the ovum, the cavity of which communicates with the exoccelom through a narrow opening. The tail of the embryo is twisted.