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Fig. 3. Section from a well-preserved brain of a pig embryo 11.5 cm long

This section shows that normally, in the pig brain of this age, the pyramidal zone presents a uniformly smooth outer surface. This brain, while still warm, was preserved in a chrome-acetic mixture.


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Cortex 4th Month: fig 1 | fig 2 | fig 3 | fig 4 | fig 5 | fig 6 | Streeter 1907 | Neural System Development

Reference

Streeter GL. The cortex of the brain in the human embryo during the fourth month with special reference to the so-called Papilla of Retzius (1907) Amer. J Anat.


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