Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
The Development of the Nine-banded Armadillo from the Primitive Streak Stage To Birth; With Especial Reference to the Question of Specific Polyembryony
Person:
Newman, H. H. Patterson
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit38457/71/
PLATE VI 
EXPLANATION OF FIGURES 
46. A vesicle cut open along the mid-ventral line to show the relationship of 
t he embryos to each other and to the wall of the vesicle. Each of the four amniotic 
partitions (a), which have been cut off close to the chorionic wall, lies just to the 
left of the umbilical cord. These are attached to the wall near the tips of the 
placental lobes at the fundus end. The left lateral placental disc is indistinctly 
seen thiough the chorionic wall, and the notch separating it from the right 
lateral disc is marked with the larger “n”, while that indicating its division into 
the two lobes is designated by the smaller “n,” X |. 
47. A photograph of vesicle no. 108, which contained five embryos. This 
vesicle was cut open along the mid-ventral line. Embryos nos. I, II, and II, are 
attached to the large, right lateral placental disc, and embryos III and IV to the 
smaller, left lateral. (See text for a fuller description and significance.) X \. 
development of the nine-banded armadillo. 
H. H. NEWMAN AND J. T. PATTERSON. 
PLATE VI. 
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JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY, VOL. 21, NO. 3.
        

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