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Corner GW. On the origin of the corpus luteum of the sow from both granulosa and theca interna. (1919) Amer. J Anat. 26(1): 117-183.

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This 1919 paper by Corner describes the origin of the pig corpus luteum from both granulosa and theca interna.



Also by this author: Jordan HE. The microscopic structure of the yolk-sac of the pig embryo, with special reference to the origin of the erythrocytes. (1919) Amer. J Anat. 19(2): 277-302.

Jordan HE. and Kindred JE. A Textbook of Embryology. (1948) Appleton, New York, 5th Ed., xiv & 613 pp.

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On the origin of the corpus luteum of the sow from both granulosa and theca interna