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By J. P. HILL, D.Sc., F.R.S., and J. FLORIAN, M .D.
  
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(From the Department of Anatomy and Embryology, University College, London.)
  
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(Received July 27, 1931.- Read November 19, 1931.)
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(Plates 29-35)
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==Introduction==
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Our knowledge of the early development of Man has made marked progress during
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recent years, numerous fairly Well—preserved embryos having been described in greater
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or less detail. There are still, however, numerous gaps in our knowledge, pertaining
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not merely to points of detail but to fundamental questions, so that any early embryo
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reasonably Well preserved and reasonably Well sectioned is deserving of careful study.
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Our specimen belongs to the comparatively late presomite stage represented in the
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literature by such embryos as K113 (GROSSER, 1913), Wa17 (GROSSER, 1931), Peh.1-
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Hochstetter (ROSSENBECK, 1923), and the embryo of INGALLS (1918), and characterised
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by the presence of an elongated primitive streak, a luminated chorda-process and a prochordal plate. We offer no apology, however, for presenting a fairly detailed,
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Hill, J. P. and Florian, J., 1931. A Young Human Embryo (Embryo Dobbin) with Head-Process and Prochordal Plate. Phil. Tran. Roy. Soc. London B, 219, 443-486.

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By J. P. HILL, D.Sc., F.R.S., and J. FLORIAN, M .D.

(From the Department of Anatomy and Embryology, University College, London.)

(Received July 27, 1931.- Read November 19, 1931.)

(Plates 29-35)

Introduction

Our knowledge of the early development of Man has made marked progress during recent years, numerous fairly Well—preserved embryos having been described in greater or less detail. There are still, however, numerous gaps in our knowledge, pertaining not merely to points of detail but to fundamental questions, so that any early embryo reasonably Well preserved and reasonably Well sectioned is deserving of careful study.

Our specimen belongs to the comparatively late presomite stage represented in the literature by such embryos as K113 (GROSSER, 1913), Wa17 (GROSSER, 1931), Peh.1- Hochstetter (ROSSENBECK, 1923), and the embryo of INGALLS (1918), and characterised by the presence of an elongated primitive streak, a luminated chorda-process and a prochordal plate. We offer no apology, however, for presenting a fairly detailed,


In Australia copyright has expired - creator died before 1955, provided; work was also published before 1955.


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