List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy:13

The subjects listed below are covered by the 1st chapter titled Embryology, of the 1918 version of the anatomy textbook, Gray's Anatomy.

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The animal cell (Template:GraySubject)

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The ovum (Template:GraySubject)

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The spermatozoön (Template:GraySubject)

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Fertilization of the ovum (Template:GraySubject)

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Segmentation of the fertilized ovum (Template:GraySubject)

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Primitive streak

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Ectoderm

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Entoderm

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Mesoderm

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The neural groove and tube (Template:GraySubject)

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The notochord (Template:GraySubject)

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The primitive segments (Template:GraySubject)

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separation of the embryo (Template:GraySubject)

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The yolk-sac (Template:GraySubject)

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Development of the fetal membranes and placenta (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Separation of the Placenta
    • velamentous insertion

The branchial region (Template:GraySubject)

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Development of the body cavities (Template:GraySubject)

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The form of the embryo at different stages of its growth (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Embryo, form of, at different stages:

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