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Fig. 6

Section 30 E. X 150. The amnion and embryonic plate are much damaged but the latter is now sectioned at approximately 90° and is seen to be composed of a densely packed columnar epithelium. The roof of the yolk sac is formed by an even rod of tissue, two or more cells in thickness but thinning out at the cephalic end. This is interpreted as the head process or notoehordal plate.

Reference

Martin CP. and Falkiner N. Mcl. The Falkiner ovum. (1938) Amer. J Anat., 63: 251-271.


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