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Fig. 13. A ventral View of a wax model of the pharynx of the 17 Somite embryo H951

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The external configuration of the ventral pharyngeal wall is shown in figure 13. In many respects it resembles the pharynx of Grosser’s 15—somite embryo, Halg ( ’11, his fig. 10, pl. 2), which is in turn similar to that of Davis’ 20-somite specimen. The thyroid anlage represented by a prominent swelling is situated a little to the right side rather than in the median plane. Caudal to it, but to the midline, there is another prominent swelling, which Davis has called the ‘heart swelling’, as produced by “the molding of the pharyngeal wall in the notch between the ventral aorta and the heart atrium” (’23, p. 25). In the 17—somite embryo we find that this swelling involves a dorsoventral expansion of the pharyngeal cavity at the level just caudal to the ventral aortic trunk. From it a pair of folds (ventral pharyngeal folds) proceeds obliquely cephalolaterally to the ventral angle of each first visceral pouch, marking off this clearly from the second pouch. Similarly, a second pair of folds, but much shorter than the first, can be traced from the heart swelling laterally toward the ventral angle of the second visceral pouch, more clearly marked on the left than on the right side of the embryo. Caudal to the second pair of folds, the heart swelling gradually fades out, and no more such folds can be found. At the cephalic end of each. first Ventral pharyngeal fold there is an invagination of the pharyngeal floor into the visceral pouch. This is the ‘Kiemenrudiment’ (br.mt.md.) of Grosser (’11, compare his figs. 4, 7, and 10), to which we shall come presently. Caudal to the level of the second Visceral pouch, the pharynx becomes narrowed down and compressed dorsoventrally with a concavity directed dorsally. Laterally, the first two pouches are in contact with the ectoderm, but the wall caudal to the second visceral pouch only indicates the impending extension of the third, which at this stage has not as yet reached its ectodermal area


Abbreviations for all Figures
  • A.car.int., internal carotid artery
  • A.seg.dor., dorsal segmental arteries
  • A.urnb.d.-s., umbilical artery, right, left
  • All., allantois
  • Am., amnion
  • An.ao., aortic anastomosis
  • Ao.dor.d.-s., dorsal aorta, right, left
  • Ar.ao.d.-s.,I, II, aortic arches, right, left, I, II
  • Area br.III,IV, ectodermal areas of third or fourth visceral pouches
  • Area hy., ectodermal area of hyoid arch
  • Area P prin., principal trigeminal area (or the ectodermal area of placodal contributions)
  • Area mand., mandibular area
  • Area ophth, ophthalmic area
  • Atr.d.s., atrium, right, left
  • Atr.canal., atrial canal
  • Br.int.d.-s., internal gill rudiment, right, left
  • Bulb.ao., aortic bulb
  • Bulb.cor., bulbus cordis
  • Ch.dor., chorda dorsalis
  • Ch.sp., chorda spinalis
  • Coel., coelom
  • Coel.epith., coelomic epithelium
  • Coel.per., pericardial coelom
  • Cor, site of heart
  • Cr.neur.V, trigeminal neural crest
  • Cr.neur.VII—VIII, acousticofacial neural crest
  • Cr.neur.IX—X, glossopharyngeal vagal neural crest
  • Dien., diencephalon
  • Disc.inc., discus incepts
  • Disc.V, trigeminal area where the ectoderm fused with the underlying tissue (neural crest?)
  • Disc.VII, facial epibranchial placode
  • Disc.IX, glossopharyngeal epibranchial placode
  • Disc.X, vagal epibranchial placode
  • Duct.proneph., pronephric duct, primary excretory duct
  • Ect., ectoderm
  • Endocard., endocardium
  • Ent., entoderm
  • Pos.pre-op., preoptic fossa
  • Hep, primordium of liver (both medial and lateral thickening)
  • Inf., infundibulum
  • Int.caud., hindgut
  • Int.atr.sul., interatrial sulcus
  • Isth., isthmus
  • Memb.br.I, II, III, first, second or third branchial membranes.
  • Memb.buc., buccopharyngeal membrane
  • Memb.cl., cloacal membrane
  • Meschy., mesenchyme
  • Mesen, mesencephalon
  • Myocard., myocardium
  • Neph., nephrostome
  • Neu.ant., anterior neuropore
  • Ph., pharynx
  • Pli.ph.vent.d.-s.1,2, ventral pharyngeal fold, right, left, first, or second
  • Port.int.ant., anterior intestinal portal
  • Pr.pul., primordium of lung
  • Prec-h.pl., prechordal plate
  • Prosen., prosencephalon
  • Proc.mand., mandibular process
  • Prom.cor., heart swelling (Davis)
  • R.ao.d0r.1, 2, etc., first, second, etc., presegmental aortic branch
  • R.ao.lat., lateral aortic branch
  • R.ao.vent., ventral aortic branch
  • Res.pre.op., preoptic recess (Johnston)
  • Rh.1, .9, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, rhombomere 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  • S.1,2, etc., first, second, etc., somite
  • S.ven., sinus vesous
  • Sac.br.I, II, III, first, second, third pharyngeal pouch
  • Sac.vit., yolk sac
  • Sect, section
  • Sept.tr., septum transversum
  • Sul.di-mesen., dimesencephalic boundary
  • Sul.la., laryngotracheal sulcus
  • Sul.op., optic sulcus
  • Tel., telencephalon
  • Thy;., primordium of thyroid gland
  • Tor.op., torus opticus (Froriep)
  • Tub.proneph., pronephric tubule
  • V.cap.prim., primitive head vein
  • V.card.ant., anterior cardinal vein
  • V.card.com., common cardinal vein
  • Vent.cord., ventricle of heart
  • Ves.mesoneph., mesonephric vesicle
  • Ves.op., optic vesicle
  • Ves.ot., otic vesicle
  • Ves.proneph., pronephric vesicle
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Reference

Wen IC. The anatomy of human embryos with seventeen to twenty-three pairs of somites (1928) J. Comp. Neural., 45: 301-376.


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