This basic textbook of human embryology covers both clinical and molecular biological aspects of human development. It offers in-depth, thorough coverage of the latest information, including separate sections in each chapter on clinical relevance and experimental studies. HUMAN EMBRYOLOGY also features a first-rate, four-color art program with superb photographs and electronmicrographs.
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The Second Week
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abdominal abnormal amniotic Anat anomalies aortic arch arteries atrium axons blood body wall bones brain called canal cardiac cardinal vein cartilage caudal cavity cervical Chapter chick chorionic chromosome cranial nerve defects derived differentiate distal dorsal aorta ectoderm embryo endoderm epiblast Experimental Principles section female fetal fetus fibers folds follicle fourth week fuse ganglia ganglion gene genetic germ cells gives rise glands grow growth gut tube heart human induce inferior inner lateral layer limb bud male malformations membrane mesencephalon mesenchyme mesoderm mesonephric ducts migrate mouse muscles nasal neural crest cells neural plate neural tube neurons normal notochord oocyte optic pair pharyngeal arches placenta placode posterior primary primitive proliferation pulmonary region result retina sclerotome segment sensory septum sex cords sinus sixth week somites spinal cord structures syndrome thoracic tion tissue ureteric bud urogenital vein ventral ventricle ventricular vertebral vesicle vitelline yolk sac