A Treatise on human physiology ...

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Blanchard and Lea, 1859 - 608 pages
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Contents

Chyle from commencement of thoracic duct
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Lacteals thoracic duct
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Intestinal epithelium in intervals of digestion
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Intestinal epithelium during digestion
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Cholesterin
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CHAPTER III
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Fibula tied in a knot after maceration in a dilute acid 2 Grains of potato starch 3 Starch grains of Bermuda arrowroot
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Starch grains of wheat flour
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Starch grains of Indian corn 6 Starch grains from wall of lateral ventricle
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Human bile showing resinous matters
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Crystalline and resinous biliary substances from dogs intestine
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Duodenal fistula
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Stearine
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The same seen out of focus
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Oleaginous principles of human
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The same adhering together in rows
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Human adipose tissue 10 Chyle
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Globules of cows milk 12 Cells of costal cartilages
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Hepatic cells 14 Uriniferous tubules of
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White globules of the blood
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Coagulated fibrin
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Coagulated blood
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Coagulated blood after separation of clot and serum
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Recent coagulum
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Coagulated blood clot buffed and cupped
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Head and gills of menobranchus
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Lung of frog
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Human larynx trachea bronchi and lungs
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Single lobule of human lung
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Diagram illustrating the respiratory movements
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Small bronchial tube
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CHAPTER V
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The same with glottis open
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Human larynx posterior view
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Circulation of fish
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Circulation of reptiles
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Circulation of mammalians
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Human heart anterior view
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Human heart posterior view
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Right auricle and ventricle tricuspid valve open arterial valves closed
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Right auricle and ventricle tricuspid valve closed arterial valves open
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CHAPTER VI
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Illustrating production of valvular sounds
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Muscular fibres of human uterus 16 Alimentary canal of fowl
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Compound stomach of ox From Rymer Jones
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Human alimentary canal
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Bullocks heart showing superficial muscular fibres
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Skull of rattlesnake From Achille Richard
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Skull of polar bear 21 Skull of the horse 22 Molar tooth of the horse
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Human teethupper
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Arterial circulation
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Artery in pulsation
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Volkmanns apparatus
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The same
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Vein with valves open
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Vein with valves closed
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Small artery with capillary branches
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Capillary network
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Capillary circulation
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Buccal and glandular epithelium deposited from saliva 25 Gastric mucous membrane viewed from above 26 Gastric mucous membrane in vertical se...
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Gastric tubules from pigs stomach pyloric portion 29 Gastric tubules from pigs stomach cardiac portion
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Meibomian glands From Ludovic
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Perspiratory gland From Todd and Bowman
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Glandular structure of mamma
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Colostrum corpuscles
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Milkglobules
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Division of portal vein in liver
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Lobule of liver
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Hepatic cells
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Urea From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
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Creatine From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
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Creatinine From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
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Urate of soda
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Uric acid
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Oxalate of lime
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Phosphate of magnesia and ammonia
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Nervous filaments from brain
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Confervoid vegetable growing in gastric juice 31 Follicles of Lieberkühn
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Division of a nerve
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Inosculation of nerves
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Nerve cells
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Nervous system of starfish
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Nervous system of aplysia
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Nervous system of centipede
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Brunners duodenal glands 33 Contents of stomach during digestion of meat
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From duodenum of dog during digestion of meat 35 From middle of small intestine
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Closed follicles and villi of small intestinePeristaltic motionAbsorption
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Brain of rabbit
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Medulla oblongata of human brain
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Diagram of human brain
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Experiment showing irritability of muscles
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Experiment showing irritability of nerve
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Action of direct and inverse currents
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Spinal cord in vertical section
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Experiment showing effect of poisons on nerves
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Aztec children
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Brain in situ
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Physical properties of the bileIts compositionBiliverdineCholesterin
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Pigeon after removal of the cerebellum
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Inferior surface of brain of
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Facial nerve
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Distribution of fifth nerve upon the face
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Great sympathetic 150 Cat after division of sympathetic in the neck 151 Different kinds of infusoria
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Experiment on spontaneous generation From Schultze
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Trichina spiralis
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Tania
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Cysticercus retracted
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Cysticercus unfolded
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Blossom of Convolvulus purpureus
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Single articulation of Tania crassicollis
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Human ovum
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Human ovum ruptured by pressure
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Ovary with Graafian follicle ruptured
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Graafian follicle ruptured and filled with blood
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Corpus luteum three weeks after menstruation
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Corpus luteum four weeks after menstruation
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CHAPTER X
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Corpus luteum of pregnancy at end of second month
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Corpus luteum of pregnancy at end of fourth month
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Corpus luteum of pregnancy at term
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Segmentation of the vitellus
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Impregnated egg showing embryonic spot
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Frogs egg at an early period
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Tad pole fully developed
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Egg of fish
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Young fish with umbilical vesicle
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Human embryo with umbilical vesicle
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Fecundated egg showing formation of amnion
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Fecundated egg showing commencement of allantois
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Fecundated egg with allantois nearly complete
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Fecundated egg with allantois fully formed
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Egg of fowl showing area vasculosa
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Egg of fowl showing allantois amnion
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CHAPTER XII
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Villosity of chorion
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Human ovum at end of third month
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Uterine mucous membrane
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Uterine tubules
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Impregnated uterus showing formation of decidua
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Impregnated uterus showing formation of decidua reflexa
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Impregnated uterus with decidua reflexa complete
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Pregnant uterus showing formation of placenta
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Fætal pig with membranes
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Cotyledon of cows uterus
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Fætal tuft of human placenta
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Vertical section of placenta
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Human ovum at end of first month
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Human ovum at end of third month
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Gravid human uterus and contents
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Muscular fibres of unimpregnated uterus
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Muscular fibres of human uterus ten days after parturition
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Muscular fibres of human uterus three weeks after parturition
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Formation of cerebrospinal axis
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Standard temperature of animalsHow maintainedProduction of heat
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Fætal pig showing brain and spinal cord
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Fætal pig showing brain and spinal cord
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Head of foetal
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Brain of adult
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Formation of alimentary canal
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Head of human embryo at twenty days From Longet
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Head of human embryo at end of first month From Longet
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Head of human embryo at end of second month
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Fætal pig showing Wolffian bodies
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Fotal pig showing first appearance of kidneys
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CHAPTER XIV
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Internal organs of generation
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Formation of tunica vaginalis testis
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Congenital inguinal hernia
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Egg of fish showing vitelline circulation
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Young embryo and its vessels
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CHAPTER XV
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CHAPTER XVI
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Nature of excretionExcrementitious substancesEffect of their retention
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NERVOUS SYSTEM
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CHAPTER II
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CHAPTER III
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CHAPTER IV
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Olfactory nervesOptic nervesAuditory nervesClassification of cranial
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CHAPTER VI
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SECTION III
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CHAPTER II
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Size and appearance of the eggVitelline membrane_VitellusGerminative
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CHAPTER IV
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CHAPTER V
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CHAPTER VI
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Segmentation of the vitellusFormation of blastodermic membrane Two
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CHAPTER VIII
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CHAPTER X
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CHAPTER XI
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Nourishment of fætus by maternal and fætal vesselsArrangement of
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CHAPTER XIV
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Formation of spinal cord and cerebrospinal axisThree cerebral vesicles
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Formation of intestineStomachDuodenumConvolutions of intestine
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE KIDNEYS WOLFFIAN BODIES AND INTERNAL ORGANS
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VII
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VIII
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