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Fig. 13. Linear profile reconstruction of arteries


  • A, conus arteriosus
  • B, dorsal aorta
  • C, dorsal segmental vessels
  • D, ventral segmental vessels
  • E, vitelline rootlets
  • F, umbilical rootlets
  • G, segmental vessels to hindbrain.

Carnegie Staging Comparison: A 27 somite stage embryo would be similar to a Carnegie stage 12 (26 - 30 days), caudal neuropore closes, Somite Number 21-29.

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