1915, English, Book edition: An experimental analysis of the origin of blood and vascular endothelium 1. The origin of blood and vascular endothelium in embryos without a circulation of the blood and in the normal embryo. Forty-nine figures. 2. A study of wandering mesenchymal cells on the living yolk-sac and their developmental products; chromatophores, vascular endothelium and blood cells. [electronic resource] Charles Rupert Stockard 1879-1939

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  • 174p.
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  • Philadelphia, Pa 1915
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  • English

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  • An experimental analysis of the origin of blood and vascular endothelium 1. The origin of blood and vascular endothelium in embryos without a circulation of the blood and in the normal embryo. Forty-nine figures. 2. A study of wandering mesenchymal cells on the living yolk-sac and their developmental products; chromatophores, vascular endothelium and blood cells.
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  • Charles Rupert Stockard 1879-1939
Published
  • Philadelphia, Pa 1915
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  • English
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