Contribution to the structure and development of the vertebrate head

Contribution to the structure and development of the vertebrate head JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY. CONTRIBUTION TO THE STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT O F THE VERTEBRATE HEAD. WILLIAM A. LOCY. CONTENTS. .......................................................................................... GENERAL INTRODUCTION Need of closer series of specimens, Scope of the work.-Earliest phase of the conception that the head exhibits metamerism.Goethe, Oken, Huxley, Gegenbaur, Balfour. OF PART I. - METAMERISM THE PA- HEAD. DISCUSSION ............................................................................ (S) Mesoblastic head cavities. (c) Segments of the neural tube. 11. HISTORICAL REVIEWOF THE WORKON NEUROMERES .......................... Von Baer '28, Bischoff '50, Remak '50, Dursy '69, Bdraneck '84, Kupffer '85 and '93, Rabl'85, Gegenbaur, Orr '87, Oscar Hertwig '88, Hoffmann ' 8 McClure '89, Platt '89, Zimmerman '91, Waters '92, 8, Froriep '92,Herrick '92, Locy '94. 111. DESCRIPTIONS STAGES ACANTHIAS....................... QF OF ......................... .. Stages previous to the formation and closure of the neural groove.Stages after the closure of the groove. IV. SUPPLEMENTARY OBSERVATIONS OTHERANIMALS ON ............................ Amblystoma, Rana palustris, Diemyctylus, Torpedo ocellata, Chick. I. BASISFOR THE (a) Cranial nerves. LOCK [VOL. XI. PAGE ............................................................................ V. GENERALCONSIDERATIONS I . New Aspect of the ProbZem of Metamerism. H w to observe tke segments in ear& stages.......................................................................... 2. Are they Artzyacts ? ................................................................................. (a) Different reagents used. (6) Coherent history in Acanthias. (c) Presence in various http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Morphology Wiley

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JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY. CONTRIBUTION TO THE STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT O F THE VERTEBRATE HEAD. WILLIAM A. LOCY. CONTENTS. .......................................................................................... GENERAL INTRODUCTION Need of closer series of specimens, Scope of the work.-Earliest phase of the conception that the head exhibits metamerism.Goethe, Oken, Huxley, Gegenbaur, Balfour. OF PART I. - METAMERISM THE PA- HEAD. DISCUSSION ............................................................................ (S) Mesoblastic head cavities. (c) Segments of the neural tube. 11. HISTORICAL REVIEWOF THE WORKON NEUROMERES .......................... Von Baer '28, Bischoff '50, Remak '50, Dursy '69, Bdraneck '84, Kupffer '85 and '93, Rabl'85, Gegenbaur, Orr '87, Oscar Hertwig '88, Hoffmann ' 8 McClure '89, Platt '89, Zimmerman '91, Waters '92, 8, Froriep '92,Herrick '92, Locy '94. 111. DESCRIPTIONS STAGES ACANTHIAS....................... QF OF ......................... .. Stages previous to the formation and closure of the neural groove.Stages after the closure of the groove. IV. SUPPLEMENTARY OBSERVATIONS OTHERANIMALS ON ............................ Amblystoma, Rana palustris, Diemyctylus, Torpedo ocellata, Chick. I. BASISFOR THE (a) Cranial nerves. LOCK [VOL. XI. PAGE ............................................................................ V. GENERALCONSIDERATIONS I . New Aspect of the ProbZem of Metamerism. H w to observe tke segments in ear& stages.......................................................................... 2. Are they Artzyacts ? ................................................................................. (a) Different reagents used. (6) Coherent history in Acanthias. (c) Presence in various

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Journal of MorphologyWiley

Published: Dec 1, 1895

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