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Ingalls NW. Description of a human embryo of 4.9 mm (Beschreibung eines menschlichen Embryos von 4.9 mm). (1907) Arch. f. mik. Anat., 70: 506-576.

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Description of a human embryo of 4.9 mm

(Beschreibung eines menschlichen Embryos von 4.9 mm)

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