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  • ...logue.jpg|200px|alt=Orts Llorca Madrid embryo catalogue|Orts Llorca Madrid embryo catalogue|left]] ...ble us to draw the following conclusions. The truncus appears in the human embryo, between Stages XII and XIII, as a portion of the aortic sac which invagina
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  • Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Baltimore, Maryland, and Department of Zoology, ...rvated by the oculomotor. Bonnet (1901) likewise found, in a 16-somite dog embryo, a pair of mesodermal condensations derived from a medial mass of cells at
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  • ...the [[Harvard Collection|Harvard Embryological Collection (H.E.C.)]] and [[Carnegie Collection]]. ...ely communicating utricle, saccule, and endolymphatic duct of the 22.8—mm. embryo (fig. 1) are brought, at the 40—mm. stage (fig. 4) into the definitive an
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  • ...describes the development of the human sympathetic nervous system using [[Carnegie Collection]] embryos: {{CE460}}. ...cated, were made on human embryos included in the [[Carnegie Collection|'''Carnegie Embryological Collection''']]. It is a real pleasure to express my indebted
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  • ...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 measurements of the embryo are as follows: C.R., crown-rump or sitting height; C.H., crown—hee1 or s <div id="Carnegie Embryo 6"></div>
    216 KB (36,894 words) - 12:34, 1 August 2018
  • ...time when the contractile substance begins to be laid down, but in the pig embryo, according to Bardeen (1900), the musculature is differentiated to a consid ...of certain groups of muscles. The nervus oculomotorius enters in the early embryo a common muscle mass which later splits into various eye muscles supplied b
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  • ...e show that although blood cell formation in its early stages in the human embryo and especially the yolk sac follows the same general lines as in other mamm ...y with the magma strands of the chorionic cavity. At the caudal end of the embryo these yolk sac mesodermal cells, which will give rise to the yolk sac mesen
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  • ...'''(6th ed.) Moore and Persaud Ch10: p230-233, Ch12: p280-282, Ch13: p319-347 :'''Links:''' [[Carnegie_stage_13_-_serial_sections|Stage 13 Sections]] | [[Carnegie stage 13]]
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  • ...description of the transitory cavities in the corpus striatum of the human embryo. =Transitory Cavities in the Corpus Striatum of the Human Embryo=
    49 KB (7,925 words) - 19:04, 12 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.
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  • ....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).
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  • ...of the lower axial skeleton and lower limbs using human embryos from the [[Carnegie Collection]]: {{CE2}}, {{CE22}}, {{CE45}}, {{CE62}}, {{CE109}}, {{CE144}}, [[Embryology History - Charles Bardeen|Charles Bardeen]] | [[Carnegie Embryos]]
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  • ...he total number of somatic segments represented in the average ii mm human embryo (the time of maximum number) is 42 to 44 (fit, 391) The first occipital (Ar In a human embryo of about 5 mm the cells of the ventro-medial portion of, for example, the f
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  • ...ed follicle, but which have usually completely disappeared by the time the embryo begins to implant in the uterus In some species true luteal cells are added — — iiOtOfl The prediction < f the da> of bui la Amrr J Obsl Cyntt 56 347-351
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  • :'''Links:''' [[Book_-_Contributions_to_Embryology|Carnegie Institution of Washington - Contributions to Embryology]] | [[Immune System ...eir function; a history of its development in many organs of the mammalian embryo and of its differences in pattern and extent in various animals ; and a fai
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  • Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Baltimore, Maryland ...ovulationem, leaving only five and one-half days‘ actual development of the embryo to birth. The rate of development is compared with Eutherian mammals.
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  • ...[[Carnegie stage 22|Streeter’s Horizon XXII]]), and EH 377, 31.5 mm C-R ([[Carnegie stage 23|Streeter’s Horizon XXIII]]). Both of these embryos had been cut '''Fig. 1''' Ventrocephalic aspect of heart of 31.5 mm embryo showing the superficial cardiac vessels. The arch of the aorta has been rep
    89 KB (13,955 words) - 13:02, 28 July 2020
  • ...[[Carnegie stage 22|Streeter’s Horizon XXII]]), and EH 377, 31.5 mm C-R ([[Carnegie stage 23|Streeter’s Horizon XXIII]]). Both of these embryos had been cut '''Fig. 1''' Ventrocephalic aspect of heart of 31.5 mm embryo showing the superficial cardiac vessels. The arch of the aorta has been rep
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  • embryo (Heuser and Streeter, 1941 ; Hertig embryo extract prepared from 19- to 20day-old guinea pig embryos (Blandau and
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