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Plate 4

28. Photograph of section tangential to surface of the two epithelial ridges and the crista spiralis and their membrana tectoria. between the second and third turns of cochlear duct. New-born dog. Trichloracetic acid; iron hematoxylin, Congo red.

29. 30. Photographs of sections vertical to surface of the greater epithelial ridge. Pig embryo 9.5 mm. Zenker's fluid; iron hematoxylin, Stain - Congo red, light green.

31. Photograph of section vertical to the surface of the greater epithelial ridge. Pig embryo 95 mm. Zenker's fluid; Mallory's stain.

32. Photograph of section tangential to surface of the greater epithelial ridge. Pig embryo 127 mm. Trichloracetic acid; iron hematoxylin, Stain - Congo red.

33. Photograph of section tangential to surface of organ of Corti and its superficial membrana tectoria. Pig embryo 1.50 mm. Zenker's fluid; iron hematoxylin, Stain - Congo red, light green.

34. Photograph of section tangential to surface of crista spiralis. Pig embryo 127 mm. Trichloracetic acid; iron hematoxylin, Stain - Congo red.

35. Photograph of section tangential to surface of membrana tectoria. Adult rat (Mus decumanns). Bouin's fluid; iron hematoxylin, Stain - Congo red, light green.

30. Photograph of section tangential to surface of membrana tectoria. Pig embryo 150 mm. Bouin's fluid; Mallory's stain.


Stricht Links: Plate 1 | Plate 2 | Plate 3 | Plate 4 | Membrana Tectoria and the Crista Spiralis | Contributions to Embryology Series
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Reference

O. Van der Stricht. The Genesis and Structure of the Membrana Tectoria and the Crista Spiralis of the Cochlea. Contributions to Embryology (1918) Vol. 7 pp55- 86.



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