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Images Pharynx and Organs of Respiration: Fig. 321. Branchial derivatives embryo of 11.7 mm | Fig. 322. Dorsal view pharynx of embryo 21 mm | Fig. 323. Pharynx of embryo 24.4 mm | Fig. 324. Schema of the branchiogenic derivatives in man | Figs. 325 and 326.Two sections through the embryo BR | Figs. 327 and 328. Two sections through the embryo BR | Fig. 329. Embryo 26 mm branchiogenic organs | Fig. 330. Section through the laryngeal region of the embryo Nat2


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Grosser O. Lewis FT. and McMurrich JP. The Development of the Digestive Tract and of the Organs of Respiration. (1912) chapter 17, vol. 2, in Keibel F. and Mall FP. Manual of Human Embryology II. (1912) J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia.

XVII. The Development of the Digestive Tract and of the Organs of Respiration: Introduction | Early Entodermal Tract | Mouth and Its Organs | Oesophagus | Stomach | Small Intestine | Large Intestine | Literature | Liver | Pancreas | Pharynx and its Derivatives | Respiratory Apparatus | Figures | Literature
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