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Fig. 4. A section 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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Odgers PN. An early human ovum (Thomson) in situ. (1937) J Anat. 71(2): 161-168.3. PMID 17104634

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