Paper - The Development of the Retina in Amphibia 1 (1905)

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Cameron J. The Development of the Retina in Amphibia: an Embryological and Cytological Study: Part I.. (1905) J Anat. 39(2): 135-153. PMID 17232631

Cameron J. (1905). The Development of the Retina in Amphibia: an Embryological and Cytological Study: Part I. J Anat Physiol , 39, 135-53. PMID: 17232631