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Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1918 - Science

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Page 73 - In the production of the tectorial membrane each cell of the greater epithelial ridge may contribute an average of 25 fibrils to the membrane. Each fibril seems to show a slightly elongated enlargement at its junction with its cell. In the region of the immediate surface of the ridge...
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