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[Morphogenesis of the sex cords and the significance of the medullary zone of the gonad in the chick embryo].Academic Article Why?
Mesonephric origin of the gonadal primitive medulla in chick embryos.Academic Article Why?
Rediscovering the chick embryo as a model to study retinal development.Academic Article Why?
[Ultrastructural aspects of the cytoplasm of the female germinal cell in chick embryo].Academic Article Why?
Smith, FrancisPerson Why?
Heart rate perturbation in chick embryos: a comparison of two methods.Academic Article Why?
Heart rate perturbation in the stage 17-27 chick embryo: effect on stroke volume and aortic flow.Academic Article Why?
Ontogeny of high- and low-affinity nerve growth factor receptors in the lumbar spinal cord of the developing chick embryo.Academic Article Why?
The effect of cardiac cycle length on ventricular end-diastolic pressure and maximum time derivative of pressure in the stage 24 chick embryo.Academic Article Why?
Tissue interactions affecting the migration and differentiation of neural crest cells in the chick embryo.Academic Article Why?
Relative efficacies of chick embryo and standard American Trudeau Society medium in isolation of tubercle bacilli from human sputum.Academic Article Why?
Use of chick embryo as medium for rapid cultivation of tubercle bacilli.Academic Article Why?
Fibroblast growth factor levels in the whole embryo and limb bud during chick development.Academic Article Why?
Immunolocalization of a cysteine-rich FGF receptor in chicken embryos.Academic Article Why?
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