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Science 06 Aug 1915: Vol. 42, Issue 1075, pp. 178-179 DOI: 10.1126/science.42.1075.178

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Manual and Text-book of Human Embryology: The Germ Cells | Germ Layers | Chick Embryos | Fetal Membranes | Pig Embryos | Dissecting Pig Embryos | Entodermal Canal | Urogenital System | Vascular System | Histogenesis | Skeleton and Muscles | Central Nervous System | Peripheral Nervous System


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Prentiss CW. and Arey LB. A laboratory manual and text-book of embryology. (1918) W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia and London.

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Contents

Introduction 1

  • Chapter I. The Germ Cells
    • The Ovum
    • Ovulation and Menstruation
    • The Spermatozoon
    • Mitosis and Amitosis
    • Maturation
    • Fertilization
    • Heredity and the Determination of Sex
  • Chapter II. Cleavage and Formation of the Germ Layers
    • Cleavage in Amphioxus, Amphibia, Birds, and Reptiles
    • Cleavage in Mammals
    • Origin of the Ectoderm and Entoderm
    • Origin of the Mesoderm, Notochord and Neural Tube
    • The Notochord
  • Chapter III. The Study of Chick Embryos
    • Chick Embryo of Twenty Hours 36
    • Chick Embryo of Twenty-five Hours (7 Segments)
    • Transverse Sections
    • Chick Embryo of Thirty-eight Hours (17 segments)
    • General Anatomy
    • Transverse Sections
    • Derivatives of the Germ Layers
    • Chick Embryo of Fifty Hours (27 segments)
    • General Anatomy
    • Transverse Sections
  • Chapter IV. The Fetal Membranes and Early Human Embryos
    • Fetal Membranes of the Pig Embryo
    • Umbilical Cord
    • Early Human Embryos and Their Membranes
    • Anatomy of a 4.2 mm. Human Embryo
    • ge of Human Embryos
  • Chapter V. The Study of Pig Embryos
    • The Anatomy of a 6 mm. Pig Embryo
    • External Form and Internal Anatomy
    • Transverse Sections
    • The Anatomy of 10-12 mm. Pig Embryos
    • External Form and Internal Anatomy
    • Transverse Sections
  • Chapter VI. Methods of Dissecting Pig Embryos: Development of the Face, Palate, Tongue, Teeth and Sauvary Glands
    • Directions for Dissecting Pig Embryos
    • Dissections of 18-35 mm. Embryos
    • Development of the Face
    • Development of the Hard Palate
    • Development of the Tongue
    • Development of the Sialivary Glands
    • Development of the Teeth
  • Chapter VII. Entodermal Canal and its Derivatives
    • Pharyngeal Pouches and their Derivatives
    • Thyreoid Gland
    • Larynx, Trachea and Lungs
    • Digestive Canal
    • Liver
    • Pancreas
    • Body Cavities, Diaphragm and Mesenteries
  • Chapter VIII. Urogenital System
    • Pronephros
    • Mesonephros
    • Metanephros
    • Cloaca, Bladder, Urethra and Urogenital Sinus
    • Genital Glands and Ducts
    • External Genitalia
    • The Uterus during Menstruation and Pregnancy
    • The Decidual Membranes
    • The Placenta
    • The Relation of Fetus to Placenta
  • Chapter IX. Vascular System
    • The Primitive Blood Vessels and Blood Cells
    • Development of the Heart
    • Primitive Blood Vascular System
    • Development of the Arteries
    • Development of the Veins
    • The Fetal Circulation
    • The Lymphatic System
    • Lymph and Hemolymph Glands
    • Spleen
  • Chapter X. Histogenesis
    • The Entodermal Derivatives
    • The Mesodermal Tissues
    • The Ectodermal Derivatives
    • The Nervous Tissues
  • Chapter XI. Morphogenesis of the Skeleton and Muscles
    • The Skeletol System
    • Axial Skeleton
    • Appendicular System
    • The Muscular System
  • Chapter XII. Morphogenesis of the Central Nervous System
    • The Spinal Cord
    • The Brain
    • The Differentiation of the Subdivisions of the Brain
  • Chapter XIII. The Peripheral Nervous System
    • The Spinal Nerves
    • The Cerebral Nerves
    • The Sympathetic Nervous System
    • Chromaffin Bodies: Suprarenal Gland
    • The Sense Organs

Index