Paper - The significance of the prechordal plate - an interpretative study

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Adelmann HB. The significance of the prechordal plate: an interpretative study. (1922) Amer. J Anat. 31(1): 54-101.

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This historic 1922 paper by Adelmann is an early description of the prechordal plate region of in the early embryo.



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