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  • '''Modern Notes:''' [[Carnegie stage 2]] | [[Week 2]] [[:Category:Carnegie Embryo 8190|'''Carnegie, No. 8190''']]
    3 KB (382 words) - 12:34, 26 July 2020
  • [[Carnegie stage 3]] ...eeding stage in development. It is to be remembered that at all stages the embryo is a living organism, that is, it is a going concern with adequate mechanis
    13 KB (1,877 words) - 16:40, 26 June 2019
  • [[Carnegie stage 1]] ...a. 0.1 mm) and weight (ca. 0.004 mg) of the organism at fertilization, the embryo is "''schon ein individual-spezifischer Mensch''" (Blechschmidt, 1972). The
    11 KB (1,686 words) - 00:53, 7 June 2018
  • ...10) the right side of the neck and thorax was cut in sagittal sections. In embryo (9) and the six foetuses the neck and upper part of the thorax were cut in (10) Embryo, 9th-10th week, no measurement recorded, sagittal sections at 15 9, of righ
    47 KB (7,825 words) - 23:31, 6 March 2017
  • ...istoric human study. This embryo has been classified as [[Carnegie stage 7|Carnegie Stage 7]]. [[Carnegie stage 8|Carnegie Stage 7]]
    32 KB (5,184 words) - 14:46, 31 July 2017
  • ....jpg|90px|left]] This historic 1941 paper by Gilmour describes early human embryo blood formation. ....065 x 0.045 mm. Age about 16 days, probably slightly younger than Peters’ embryo (1899).
    92 KB (14,488 words) - 12:45, 28 July 2020
  • ...ibes gastrointestinal tract smooth muscle development using a number of [[Carnegie Collection]] embryos. {{Carnegie Collection fetal table}}
    28 KB (4,448 words) - 12:30, 28 May 2018
  • ...the ossicles in the middle ear were independent in different locations. At Carnegie Stage 17 a homogeneous interzone clearly defined the incus and malleus anla Cross-section of human embryo [[Carnegie stage 22]] during [[Week 8]].
    31 KB (4,586 words) - 11:06, 23 December 2019
  • ...|90px|left]] This historic 1929 paper by Ingalls (1880-1949) describes a [[Carnegie Collection]] human embryos segmental thickenings in the dorsal ectoderm of ...(726), appear as shown in figure A. This represents a left lateral view of embryo no. 155, C.R. 11.8 mm. The thickenings or dises are indicated by the row of
    25 KB (4,158 words) - 22:41, 11 May 2019
  • ...bryo microfiche images were developed by '''Dr M. Smith '''and the 6mm Pig Embryo microfiche images by '''Dr M. Smith''' and '''Prof. I. Tork'''. Original website undergraduate Notes (Anat 2006) included with embryo serial images are edited with permission of '''Dr B. Freeman''', from his '
    34 KB (4,907 words) - 13:42, 19 May 2020
  • ...onare Geschlechtzellen’ in the intestinal epithelium of a four~weeks human embryo. The supposed sex cells were disposed in such a way as to suggest an active ...considered to be germ cells in the lateral plates of mesoderm of a 2.3—mm. embryo, and as these plates were folded under the gut in 2.8-mm. embryos, the germ
    56 KB (9,121 words) - 19:37, 25 May 2019
  • ...Mall describes the human embryos in the collection that would become the [[Carnegie Collection]]. There is also a [[:File:1904 - Catalogue of the collection of [[Carnegie Collection]] | [[Carnegie Embryos]]
    21 KB (2,470 words) - 00:39, 10 August 2018
  • ...are not Carnegie stages, use the embryo CRL to approximately convert to [[Carnegie Stages]]. ...bryology_15|Historic - Urogenital Development]] | [[Carnegie Embryos]] | [[Carnegie Collection]]
    72 KB (11,235 words) - 00:39, 4 June 2019
  • ...les R. Essick describes human embryonic {{neural}} development using the [[Carnegie Collection]] embryos. [[Carnegie Embryos]] used in this study: {{CE227}}, {{CE75}} {{CE86}} {{CE145}} {{CE1
    57 KB (9,548 words) - 00:43, 24 July 2020
  • ...e free to use our judgment in methods of fixation and preservation. If the embryo is perfectly fresh or possibly living, we use, of course, the most refined ...straight and other measurements and weights also are taken. The age of the embryo is estimated on the basis of weight, crown-rump, and foot length, and the e
    56 KB (7,365 words) - 05:08, 19 February 2020
  • ...the opinion of Veit that "ova" may continue to grow after the death of the embryo, but added that the existence of bare areas and the bunching of villi in so ...abortuses, not only believed that cellular proliferation can occur in the embryo after its death, but that either the lateral or the dorsal or ventral halve
    76 KB (11,853 words) - 10:31, 13 December 2012
  • {{Carnegie No.59 Header}} =Relative Weight and Volume of the Component Parts of the Brain of the Human Embryo at Different Stages of Development=
    54 KB (8,414 words) - 21:36, 16 August 2017
  • Acting Lecturer and Demonstrator in Anatomy, University College, London; tate Carnegie Research Fellow in Embryology, and Assistant in the Depariment of Anatomy, ...with the mode of formation of the pre-umbilical portion of the body of the embryo.
    44 KB (7,048 words) - 10:03, 20 August 2020
  • ...y Atlas of the 13-mm. Pig Embryo. (Prefaced by younger stages of the chick embryo.) The Wistar Institute Press, Philadelphia, iv & 104 pp. Corner, G. W., 1915. The corpus luteum of pregnancy as it is in swine. Carnegie Inst., Contrib. to E-mbryoL, Vol. 2, pp. 69-94.
    69 KB (10,455 words) - 23:14, 1 January 2020
  • Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Baltimore, Mn. ...th its associated tiny mass of protoplasm, which alone will make the chick embryo, becomes all but lost on the surface of the yolk. But that speck of protopl
    53 KB (7,837 words) - 13:53, 29 July 2019

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