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Fig. 2. The section photographed is through the middle of the blastocyst cavity

This shows the exocoelomic channels, ExC, on either side of the embryonic disc and ventral to this the yolk sac, YS. Above the disc is the amniotic cavity obscured by cellular debris which partially fills it. This section corresponds to the plane lettered B in Text-fig.1.

The same section as fig. 1 (x 100).

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Odgers PN. An early human ovum (Thomson) in situ. (1937) J Anat. 71(2): 161-168.3. PMID 17104634

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