Paper - The development of the hypophysis cerebri, pre-oral gut, and related structures in the marsupialia
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By Katharine M. Parker, B.Sc. (Lond.),
Assistant in the Department of Zoology, University of London, University College.
The following investigation of the development of the hypophysis cerebri in Marsupials was undertaken at the suggestion of Professor J. P. Hill, and I wish to express my gratitude to him for help and advice without which the work would have been impossible.