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Fig. 1. A section (x100) 20, u beyond one extremity of the embryonic disc. It corresponds to the plane A in Text-fig.1 and shows that the two exocoelomic channels have joined round this end of the disc.

Fig. 2. A photograph of a section (x100) of the Peters ovum, kindly sent me by Prof.0. Grosser. It shows the exocoelomic channel on the left intact, bordering the embryonic disc and the yolk sac, while that on the right has only its medial wall left.

Fig. 3. A section (x 150 ?)ofthe Tennant-Ramsey ovum (reproduced by courtesy of the Editors of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics). It shows the amniotic cavity, the embryonic disc and the yolk sac surrounded on either side and ventrally by the extra-embryonic coelom.

Fig. 4. A section (x100) 20/.z beyond the opposite extremity of the disc showing the two channels still separate from each other. This corresponds to the plane C in Text-fig.1.


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Reference

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



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