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Based upon a serial reconstruction from individual embryo slice images (27 mm Human embryo, Carnegie Stage 22 approximate day 56).  
 
Based upon a serial reconstruction from individual embryo slice images (27 mm Human embryo, Carnegie Stage 22 approximate day 56).  
  
The endoderm and mesoderm initially contribute many structures in the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory and renal systems. Note the relative size and position of individual structures and organs at this early stage of development. Below the animation is a more complete description of each system.  
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Note the relative size and position of individual structures and organs at this early stage of development. Below the animation is a more complete description of each system.  
  
  
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width=544px|height=570px|controller=true|autoplay=false</qt> 3 Dimensional Reconstruction

Based upon a serial reconstruction from individual embryo slice images (27 mm Human embryo, Carnegie Stage 22 approximate day 56).

Note the relative size and position of individual structures and organs at this early stage of development. Below the animation is a more complete description of each system.



Stage22 ALL3d.jpg
 ‎‎Systems
Page | Play
Stage22-GIT-icon.jpg
 ‎‎GIT Stage 22
Page | Play
Stage22-CVS-icon.jpg
 ‎‎Cardiovascular
Page | Play
Stage22-CNS-icon.jpg
 ‎‎Stage 22 Neural
Page | Play
Stage22-CNS-icon.jpg
 ‎‎Urogenital
Page | Play
Stage22-CNS-icon.jpg
 ‎‎Skeletal
Page | Play

These 3d movies were part of the UNSW Medical degree Independent Learning Project (ILP) prepared by Aashish Kumar (2006).