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Plate V.

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Fig. 10. Sagittal section through a normal human embryo 14 mm. long (No. 144). Fig. 11. Sagittal section through a normal human. embryo 35 mm. long (No. 199).


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Reference

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


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17:16, 25 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 17:16, 25 July 2018687 × 939 (70 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)Fig. 10. Sagittal section through a normal human embryo 14 mm. long (No. {{CE144}}). Fig. 11. Sagittal section through a normal human. embryo 35 mm. long (No. {{CE199}}).