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Rotation of the amphibian egg during gastrulation

Rotation of the amphibian egg during gastrulation, due to the development of the internal cavity, the archenteron.

Reference

Redrawn from Kopsch.


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Reference

Rugh R. Book - The Frog Its Reproduction and Development. (1951) The Blakiston Company.


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