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Fig. 2. Schematic representation of three sections of embryo

A, at level of sinus venosus:

B. at level of liver bud;

C, at level of ventral mesentery.

N.,notochord ; Ao.,aoI-ta; S.V.,sinus venosus; S.T.,septum transversum ; C.,ca-rlom; D.C., ductus Cuv.; V., ventricle; P.C., pericanlial cavity; 8., stomach; H.B., liver bud; V.V., vltelline vein; U.V., umbilical vein; Am., amnion; V.M., ventral mesentery; I., small intestine.

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Reference

Thompson P. A note on the development of the septum transversum and the liver. (1908) J Anat Physiol. 42(2): 170-5. PMID 17232762



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