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==Fig. 20. Model after Removal of the Septum Transversum.==
  
Wax-plate reconstruction model in [[:File:Waterston19.jpg|fig.19]], after removal of the septum transversum, showing the dorsal wall ofpericardial and peritoneal coelom with orifices ofright and left pneumato-enteric recesses.  
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Wax-plate reconstruction model in [[:File:Waterston19.jpg|fig.19]], after removal of the septum transversum, showing the dorsal wall of pericardial and peritoneal coelom with orifices of right and left pneumato-enteric recesses.  
  
 
The dotted area indicates, above, the attachment of the dorsal mesocardium, and, below, the ventral mesentery.
 
The dotted area indicates, above, the attachment of the dorsal mesocardium, and, below, the ventral mesentery.
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<pubmed>17233016</pubmed>| [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1288995 PMC1288995]
  
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[[Category:Coelomic Cavity]] [[Category:Carnegie Stage 12]]

Latest revision as of 22:57, 20 February 2012

Fig. 20. Model after Removal of the Septum Transversum.

Wax-plate reconstruction model in fig.19, after removal of the septum transversum, showing the dorsal wall of pericardial and peritoneal coelom with orifices of right and left pneumato-enteric recesses.

The dotted area indicates, above, the attachment of the dorsal mesocardium, and, below, the ventral mesentery.

Legend

  • A - ducts of Cuvier
  • B - mesodermal lung thickenings; orifices of pneumato-enteric recesses

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.

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.

27 Somite Paper: Fig 1 | Fig 2 | Fig 3 | Fig 4 | Fig 5 | Fig 6 | Fig 7 | Fig 8 | Fig 9 | Fig 10 | Fig 11 | Fig 12 | Fig 13 | Fig 14 | Fig 15 | Fig 16 | Fig 17 | Fig 18 | Fig 19 | Fig 20 | Carnegie stage 12
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Reference

Waterston D. A human embryo of twenty-seven pairs of somites, embedded in decidua. (1914) J Anat Physiol., 49(1): 90-118 PubMed 17233016 | PMC1288995


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<pubmed>17233016</pubmed>| PMC1288995

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