v t e Human development of head and neck v t e Human development of head and neck Diagram of the migration of neural crest cells (thick grey arrows) from the neural crest to the five... Diagram of the migration of neural crest cells (thick grey arrows) from the neural crest to the five... ...of the retina (6) are numbered. The maxillary component of the first Branchial arch (mx) is labeled. ...of the retina (6) are numbered. The maxillary component of the first Branchial arch (mx) is labeled. General Embryology Mnemonics Subscribe to Medchrome * indicates required Email Address * Recent... General Embryology Mnemonics Subscribe to Medchrome * indicates required Email Address * Recent... ...= maxillary prominence of first Branchial arch Mn = mandibular prominence of first Branchial arch. ...= maxillary prominence of first Branchial arch, Mn = mandibular prominence of first Branchial arch. Floor of pharynx of human embryo about twenty-six days old. Floor of pharynx of human embryo about twenty-six days old. - Cyprinids possess pharyngeal jaws which are modified fifth Branchial arches. These are moved by... - Cyprinids possess pharyngeal jaws, which are modified fifth Branchial arches. These are moved by... FIG. 5–8 [ printable version of FIG 5-8 ] FIG. 5–8 [ printable version of FIG 5-8 ] Diagram showing the regions of the adult face and neck related to the fronto-nasal process and the... Diagram showing the regions of the adult face and neck related to the fronto-nasal process and the... Under surface of the head of a human embryo about twenty-nine days old. Under surface of the head of a human embryo about twenty-nine days old. ...= maxillary prominence of first Branchial arch Mn = mandibular prominence of first Branchial arch. ...= maxillary prominence of first Branchial arch, Mn = mandibular prominence of first Branchial arch. v t e Human development of head and neck v t e Human development of head and neck FIG. 5–6 [ printable version of FIG 5-6 ] FIG. 5–6 [ printable version of FIG 5-6 ] neurula stage the embryo is divided into regulating organ-forming regions.) email me at... neurula stage , the embryo is divided into regulating organ-forming regions.) email me at... FIG. 5–5 [ printable version of FIG 5-5 ] Cardiovascular system of the 5-mm embryo. Arteries... FIG. 5–5 [ printable version of FIG 5-5 ] Cardiovascular system of the 5-mm embryo. Arteries... stage 19 stage 19 Pattern of the Branchial arches. I-IV Branchial arches 1-4 branchial pouches (inside) and/or ... Pattern of the Branchial arches. I-IV Branchial arches, 1-4 branchial pouches (inside) and/or ... v t e Human development of head and neck v t e Human development of head and neck FIG. 6–5 Cardiovascular system of the 10-mm embryo. [ printable version of FIG 6-5 ] Arteries.... FIG. 6–5 Cardiovascular system of the 10-mm embryo. [ printable version of FIG 6-5 ] Arteries.... FIG. 6–2 [ printable version of FIG 6-2 ] Peripheral nervous system of the 10-mm embryo.... FIG. 6–2 [ printable version of FIG 6-2 ] Peripheral nervous system of the 10-mm embryo.... FIG. 5–11 [ printable version of FIG 5-11 ] FIG. 5–11 [ printable version of FIG 5-11 ] FIG. 5–2 [ printable version of FIG 5-2 ] Peripheral nervous system of the 5-mm embryo.... FIG. 5–2 [ printable version of FIG 5-2 ] Peripheral nervous system of the 5-mm embryo.... FIG. 5–14 [ printable version of FIG 5-14 ] FIG. 5–14 [ printable version of FIG 5-14 ] FIG. 6–18 [ printable version of FIG 6-18 ] FIG. 6–18 [ printable version of FIG 6-18 ] Comparison of skulls and lower jaws of a crossopterygian fish (left) and the Devonian amphibian... Comparison of skulls and lower jaws of a crossopterygian fish (left) and the Devonian amphibian,... FIG. 6–14 [ printable version of FIG 6-14 ] FIG. 6–14 [ printable version of FIG 6-14 ] FIG. 5–13 [ printable version of FIG 5-13 ] FIG. 5–13 [ printable version of FIG 5-13 ] FIG. 5–9 [ printable version of FIG 5-9 ] FIG. 5–9 [ printable version of FIG 5-9 ] FIG. 5–12 [ printable version of FIG 5-12 ] FIG. 5–12 [ printable version of FIG 5-12 ] Example 3: hindlimbs in snake and whale embryos Many species of snakes and legless lizards (such as... Example 3: hindlimbs in snake and whale embryos Many species of snakes and legless lizards (such as...
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