The Eggs of Mammals (1936) Figures
- The Eggs of Mammals (1936): Introduction | The Origin of the Definitive Ova | The Growth of the Ovum | The Development and Atresia of Full-Grown Ova and the Problem of Ovarian Parthenogenesis | Methods Employed in the Experimental Manipulation of Mammalian Ova | The Tubal History of Unfertilized Eggs | Fertilization and Cleavage | The Activation of Unfertilized Eggs | The Growth and Implantation of the Blastodermic Vesicle | Summary and Recapitulation | Bibliography | Figures | Historic Disclaimer
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(From the Journal of Morphology)
Figs. 1-5. Nuclei of ova from ovary of rat 5 days post partum. 1, Deutobroch nucleus in germinal epithelium. 2, Leptotene nucleus. 3, Synizesis. 4, Pachynema. 5, Diplonema.
Figs. 6-9. Nuclei of ova from ovary of rat 8 days post partum. 6, Deutobroch nucleus. 7, Synizesis. 8, Stage following 7, evidently modified pachynema. 9, Diplonema.
Figs. 10-13. Nuclei of ova from ovary of rat 10 days post partum. 10, Deutobroch nucleus. 11, Synizesis. 12, Modified pachynema. 13, Diplonema.
Figs. 14-16. Nuclei of ova from ovary of rat 15 days post partum. 14, Deutobroch nucleus. 15, Modified pachynema. 16, Masses of chromatin changing into loose threads.