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Fig. 6. Photomicrograph of same section shown in P1. I, fig. 4 showing details of cells and intercellular granules in the zone distal to the pars intermedia. x 725.

Fig. 7. Photomicrograph demonstrating details of the proximal area of the same section shown in P1. I, fig. 4. Note the prominent trabecula, the accompanying blood-vessels stained black, the - processes attached to the septum, and processes anastomosing with one another to form a reticulum. Due to lack of focal depth the reticulum is not adequately represented. x 725.

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Shanklin WM. Differentiation of pituicytes in the human foetus. (1940) J Anat. 74(4): 459-63. PMID 17104829

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