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  • ...re are also sets of [[Carnegie stage 22 - selected serial sections]] and [[Carnegie stage 13 - serial sections]]. | [[:File:Stage 22 image 087.jpg|87]]
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  • {{Carnegie stage 10 links}} ...rsal view of the human embryo, the amniotic membrane has been removed. Top embryo is an early stage 10, bottom is late stage 10.
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  • ...hilly 1987|link=Embryology History - Ronan O'Rahilly|Ronan O'Rahilly (1987 Carnegie Labs)]] ...t study,<ref name=Weller1933>{{Ref-Weller1933}}</ref> used the following [[Carnegie Collection]] embryos: stage {{CS9}} (No. {{CE1878}}), {{CS10}} ({{CE391}};
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  • ...in the embryo as at birth, but the deformities of the head and neck of the embryo are of such a nature that it can not survive long enough to admit of compar ...xomphaly. Other anomalies, however, are more difficult to recognize in the embryo as sharply defined malformations.
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  • [[File:Human Carnegie stage 10-23.jpg|thumb|300px|Carnegie Embryos]] ...collection numbering also incorporated the Blechschmidt embryo collection (Carnegie Nos. 10315-10434 ) in 1972, the collection embryos have now been returned t
    43 KB (5,162 words) - 17:44, 28 April 2018
  • ...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
  • ...int Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri, and Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Baltimore, Maryland ...identified by a number of external and internal characteristics, and each embryo at a given stage has a similar degree of organization and differentiation t
    20 KB (2,910 words) - 15:28, 3 October 2017
  • ...}</ref> Later in 1921 along with Mall published a review of abnormal human embryo development.<ref>{{Ref-Mall1921}}</ref> ...lips of the blastopore (in the late gastrula stage) to other parts of the embryo and found that as expected they differentiated into structures characterist
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  • ...Bardeen]] describes intestinal development using human embryos from the [[Carnegie Collection]] and Wisconsin Collection. ...ils (figs. 3, 4). These coils now develop very rapidly so that in a 40 mm. embryo they approximate in extent the ileac coils in the umbilical cord (figs. 5,
    24 KB (3,971 words) - 11:00, 3 October 2017
  • ...uld be clearly timed in the mouse and found in the literature on the human embryo. ...lation and fertilization times were unascertainable so that the age of the embryo is determined by the mating time plus or minus 30 minutes. The time for mat
    31 KB (4,942 words) - 15:24, 21 August 2018
  • Development of this system commences in the embryo, continues through the fetal period then with key changes around birth, onl ...Reproductive development has a long maturation timecourse, begining in the embryo and finishing in puberty. (More? [[Puberty Development]])
    21 KB (2,929 words) - 12:26, 7 June 2019
  • [[Carnegie stage 10]] The chorion generally has a diameter of 8–15 mm. The greatest length of the embryo, although not of great informational value (Bartelmez and Evans, 1926), is
    30 KB (4,523 words) - 16:25, 26 June 2019
  • ==Appendix 1 - Embryos In The Carnegie Collection== The Carnegie specimens of stages 2-23 are listed in the following tables.
    68 KB (7,342 words) - 09:38, 4 July 2018
  • ...e 19|stage 19]]; {{CE1584}} [[Carnegie stage 19|stage 19]]; {{CE1535}} [[Carnegie stage 23|stage 23]]. '''Modern Notes:''' {{embryonic}} | {{CRL}} | [[Carnegie Collection]]
    47 KB (7,839 words) - 10:00, 20 November 2018
  • |[[File:Mark_Hill.jpg|50px|left]] This historic 1956 paper describes using [[Carnegie Collection]] early human development in week 2 and 3. [[Carnegie Embryos|Carnegie Embryos in this paper]]: {{CE8698}} | {{CE8794}} | {{CE8663|}} | {{CE8663}
    95 KB (14,051 words) - 12:00, 4 October 2018
  • ...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
    57 KB (7,383 words) - 15:45, 1 May 2017
  • ! width=120px|Carnegie Stage File:Keith1902 fig087.jpg|Fig. 87. Diagram of the Müllerian Ducts at the commencement of the 3rd month. Vent
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  • 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
  • {{Carnegie stage 19 links}} {{Carnegie stage 20 links}}
    57 KB (9,384 words) - 18:17, 13 May 2018
  • '''University of Vienna''' - Institute of Histology and Embryology Embryo Collection * Embryo Bs - 26-27 pairs of somites [[Carnegie stage 12]] in [[Week 4]] (Somite pairs 21 - 29)
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