Paper - The development of the hypophysis cerebri, pre-oral gut, and related structures in the marsupialia

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Hill JP. Some observations on the early development of Didelphis Aurita (1918) Quart. J. Micr. Sc. 63:91.

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This historic 1917 paper by Parker.

Parker KM. (1917). The Development of the Hypophysis Cerebri, Pre-Oral Gut, and Related Structures in the Marsupialia. J. Anat. , 51, 181-249. PMID: 17103815

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Nilsson MA, Churakov G, Sommer M, Tran NV, Zemann A, Brosius J & Schmitz J. (2010). Tracking marsupial evolution using archaic genomic retroposon insertions. PLoS Biol. , 8, e1000436. PMID: 20668664 DOI.

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The development of the hypophysis cerebri, pre-oral gut, and related structures in the marsupialia