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January 21, 1911

Manual of Human Embryology.

JAMA. 1911;LVI(3):215. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560030051033

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As appears from the title, a number of German and American embryologists have collaborated in the production of this important work, which appears simultaneously in Germany and in America. The chapters originally written in German have been translated by Professor McMurrich and the chapters originally written in English have been translated by Professor Keibel. The work is in two imperial octavo volumes. The text is handsomely illustrated.

The chapters in Volume 1 are as follows: F. Keibel: "Introduction;" "The Germ Cells"; "Fertilization"; "Segmentation"; "Young Human Ova and Embryos up to the Formation of the Primitive Segment"; "The Formation of the Germinal Vesicle and the Problem of the Gastrula"; "Summary of the Development of the Human Embryo and the Differentiation of its External Form."

F. P. Mall: "Determination of the Age of Human Embryos and Fetuses"; "The Pathology of the Human Ovum."

Otto Grosser: "Development of the Egg Membranes and the

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