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Fig. 7 Section passing transversely through the lateral semicircular canal in a human embryo 30 mm long

(Carnegie Collection No. 86), enlarged 100 diameters. The canal at this time is only slightly larger than the contained epithelial duct, but the zone of temporary precartilage marks out an area that is soon to be excavated by the process of dedifferentiation through which it becomes converted into a reticular connective tissue.


In the 30 mm embryo shown in figure 7, the first of these three figures, it will be seen that the epithelial duct is separated from the main cartilaginous mass of the capsule by a surrounding zone of precartilage and intervening between the latterand the duct is a narrow zone of mesenchymal tissue which is somewhat reticular in character. This zone of reticulum has attained its greatest width on the median side of the duct, toward the right, being at this point about twice as wide as the thickness of the duct wall. It is characterized by its reticular arrangement and by the presence of small blood vessels which are not found in the precartilage, although they lie closely against its inner margin. The area of precartilage stands out conspicuously in material that has been intensely stained in hematoxylin without any counterstain.


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Reference

Streeter GL. The factors involved in the excavation of the cavities in the cartilaginous capsule of the ear in the human embryo. (1917) Amer. J Anat. 22: 1–25.


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