Gastrulation in the Pigeon's egg—a morphological and experimental study

Gastrulation in the Pigeon's egg—a morphological and experimental study PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS. I11. I1. IV . Introduction-Statement of Problem ............................. 65 Material and Metbods 67 Gastrulation .................................................. 73 A . Study of the Developing Egg ............................. 73 13. Study of Sections 78 a . Pregastrular Stages ............................. 78 b . Gastrulation Stages ............................. SI C (1) Invagination 80 Experimenl I BS ( 2 ) Middle and Late Gastrulation Stages 92 Experiment I1.............................. 93 Closing o'f t h e Blastopo're ...................... 100 Interruption of tho Posterior Zone of Junction 103 c. Postgastrular Stages 103 Experimental Studies .......................................... 108 Set A. On Early Gastrular Stages 109 Experiments 111-V 110 Set B On Late Gastrular Stages .......................... 112 Experiments VI-VIII 112 Set C On Unincubated and Early Iiicubated Stages 113 Experiments I k - X l I I ................................ .1 1 4-116 Discussion and Summary ...................................... 116 Discussion ................................................. 116 Summary .................................................. 119 Literatnre Cited 121 Coinmon Reference Letters Used in the Figures ............... 123 Plates, I-X .......................................... ...................................... .............................. .............................. ........ . . ............................ ........................ .................................... .................................. .......... .... ........................................... I. INTRODUCTION . I n view of the fact that the bird has long been the classic typc in the field of embryological research. it is surprising that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Morphology Wiley

Gastrulation in the Pigeon's egg—a morphological and experimental study

Journal of Morphology, Volume 20 (1) – Apr 1, 1909

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1909 Wiley‐Liss, Inc.
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0362-2525
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1097-4687
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10.1002/jmor.1050200103
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PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS. I11. I1. IV . Introduction-Statement of Problem ............................. 65 Material and Metbods 67 Gastrulation .................................................. 73 A . Study of the Developing Egg ............................. 73 13. Study of Sections 78 a . Pregastrular Stages ............................. 78 b . Gastrulation Stages ............................. SI C (1) Invagination 80 Experimenl I BS ( 2 ) Middle and Late Gastrulation Stages 92 Experiment I1.............................. 93 Closing o'f t h e Blastopo're ...................... 100 Interruption of tho Posterior Zone of Junction 103 c. Postgastrular Stages 103 Experimental Studies .......................................... 108 Set A. On Early Gastrular Stages 109 Experiments 111-V 110 Set B On Late Gastrular Stages .......................... 112 Experiments VI-VIII 112 Set C On Unincubated and Early Iiicubated Stages 113 Experiments I k - X l I I ................................ .1 1 4-116 Discussion and Summary ...................................... 116 Discussion ................................................. 116 Summary .................................................. 119 Literatnre Cited 121 Coinmon Reference Letters Used in the Figures ............... 123 Plates, I-X .......................................... ...................................... .............................. .............................. ........ . . ............................ ........................ .................................... .................................. .......... .... ........................................... I. INTRODUCTION . I n view of the fact that the bird has long been the classic typc in the field of embryological research. it is surprising that

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Journal of MorphologyWiley

Published: Apr 1, 1909

References

  • The Germ‐ring in the Egg of the Toad‐fish (Batrachus tau)
    Wallace, Wallace

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