The development of the neural folds and cranial ganglia of the rat

The development of the neural folds and cranial ganglia of the rat CONTENTS Introduction ............................... .. Material and methods ........................................... 1. The trigeminus ............................ ........................... The acoustic ganglion Discussion ...................................... ...................................... INTRODUCTION’ Bibliography . . . . . The early development of the neural tube and cranial ganglia has been investigated with some degree of completeness in only a few mammalian forms. There are, it is true, numerous accounts based upon the study of very limited material and the literature abounds with observations on the development of the neural tube and cranial ganglia made inIt is a pleasure t o acknowledge here the generous help of many friends. I a m especially indebted to Prof. B. F. Kingsbury for constant advice and encouragement. It was he who suggested that I take up the work. Miss J a n e t A. Williamson kindly allowed me to use the models of the head of the r a t which she constructed a s well as a number of important series prepared by her. I also wish to thank Dr. Fred W Stewart for the use of many excellent series of older . embryos, and finally I should like t o express my appreciation of the skill and unfailing courtesy of Miss http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Comparative Neurology Wiley

The development of the neural folds and cranial ganglia of the rat

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1925 The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology
ISSN
0021-9967
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1096-9861
DOI
10.1002/cne.900390103
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Abstract

CONTENTS Introduction ............................... .. Material and methods ........................................... 1. The trigeminus ............................ ........................... The acoustic ganglion Discussion ...................................... ...................................... INTRODUCTION’ Bibliography . . . . . The early development of the neural tube and cranial ganglia has been investigated with some degree of completeness in only a few mammalian forms. There are, it is true, numerous accounts based upon the study of very limited material and the literature abounds with observations on the development of the neural tube and cranial ganglia made inIt is a pleasure t o acknowledge here the generous help of many friends. I a m especially indebted to Prof. B. F. Kingsbury for constant advice and encouragement. It was he who suggested that I take up the work. Miss J a n e t A. Williamson kindly allowed me to use the models of the head of the r a t which she constructed a s well as a number of important series prepared by her. I also wish to thank Dr. Fred W Stewart for the use of many excellent series of older . embryos, and finally I should like t o express my appreciation of the skill and unfailing courtesy of Miss

Journal

The Journal of Comparative NeurologyWiley

Published: Aug 1, 1925

References

  • The origin of the otic and optic primordia in man
    Bartelmez, Bartelmez
  • The subdivisions of the neural folds in man
    Bartelmez, Bartelmez

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