Paper - The histogenesis of the adrenal in the pig

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Whitehead EH. The histogenesis of the adrenal in the pig. (1903) Amer. J Anat. 2: 349 - 361.

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This historic 1903 paper by Whitehead described development of the early pig adrenal gland..



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The Histogenesis of the Adrenal in the Pig