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Contributions to the Study of the Early Development and Imbedding of the Human Ovum

    Naturevolume 79page35 (1908) | Download Citation

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    IT will be a glad day for the science of embryology when all the details of the sequence of the development of man are described from successive stages of the human ovum and embryo. The chick has, to a great measure, passed from the position that once it occupied, and even the lower mammals cannot be taken as substitutes for human material, when human development is to be rightly studied. Much that is confusing in embryology to-day is the outcome of reading whole pages of the embryonic life-histories of other creatures into the early chapters of human o development.

    Contributions to the Study of the Early Development and Imbedding of the Human Ovum.

    By Dr. T. H. Bryce Dr. J. H. Teacher J. M. M. Kerr. Pp. viii+93; 10 plates. (Glasgow: J. MacLehose and Sons, 1908.) Price 12s. 6d. net.

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