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==Early development of caudal structures==
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{Top, left) Posterior view of late neurula. {Top, right) Enlargement of illustration at top, left.
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(Bottom) Sagittal section through the posterior end; (dashes) nervous, {circles) entoblast (presumptive endoderm), {crosses) notochord, {dots) mesenchyme (presumptive mesoderm).
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===Reference===
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Pasteels, Jean, 1943, Fermeture du blastopore, anus et intestin caudal chez les Amphibiens Anoures, Acta Neerland. morphoL, 5:11.
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Early development of caudal structures

{Top, left) Posterior view of late neurula. {Top, right) Enlargement of illustration at top, left.

(Bottom) Sagittal section through the posterior end; (dashes) nervous, {circles) entoblast (presumptive endoderm), {crosses) notochord, {dots) mesenchyme (presumptive mesoderm).

Reference

Pasteels, Jean, 1943, Fermeture du blastopore, anus et intestin caudal chez les Amphibiens Anoures, Acta Neerland. morphoL, 5:11.


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


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