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Fig. 1. Lateral View of the model of embryo XII

(after Mall). Br.I and Br,II flrst and second visceral pouches; M, month just behind the stomodaeum; L, rudiment of the liver; T, median thyroid rudiment.

This embryo (XII) is 2.1 mm. long and about 13 days old and represents a late two weeks’ or early three weeks’ embryo.

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Sudler MT. The development of the nose and of the pharynx and its derivatives in man. (1902) Amer. J Anat. 1:391–416.

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