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Fig. 3. Group 3

Fig. 3 Illustrating Group 3. chorion with amnion. Xo. 813 from Dr. H. D. Taylor, Baltimore. X i

The cavity of the ovum is filled with a dense mass of granular magma.



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Reference

Mall FP. On the frequency of localized anomalies in human embryos and infants at birth. (1917) Amer. J Anat. 22:49-72.


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