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O'Connor RJ. An experimental study of the development of the amphibian cloaca. (1940) J Anat. 74(3): 301-308. PMID 17104815

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This 1940 paper by O'Connor describes the development of the amphibian cloaca.


Also by this author: O'Connor RJ. The evolutionary significance of the embryology of the amphibian nephric system. (1940) J Anat. 75(1): 95-100. PMID 17104846
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An Experimental Study of the Development of the Amphibian Cloaca