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Facial development in normal and mutant chick embryos. I. Scanning electron microscopy of primary palate formation

The Journal of Experimental Zoology

Dec 1, 1978

G W Yee, Ursula K Abbott

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Early facial development in normal chick embryos was studied by scanning electron microscopy, and compared to the abnormal facial development of a mutant in which primary palate formation does not occur, thus resulting in bilateral cleft lip. In both normal and "cleft primary palate" mu...read more

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Embryo
Bilateral Cleft Lip
Groove
Structure of Papilla Incisiva of Mouth
Maxilla
Cleft Palate, Isolated
Face
Chick Embryo
Morphogenesis
Cleft Lip
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Facial development in normal and mutant chick embryos. I. Scanning electron microscopy of primary palate formation

The Journal of Experimental Zoology

Dec 1, 1978

G W Yee, Ursula K Abbott

PMID: 712345

DOI: 10.1002/jez.1402060302

Abstract

Early facial development in normal chick embryos was studied by scanning electron microscopy, and compared to the abnormal facial development of a mutant in which primary palate formation does not occur, thus resulting in bilateral cleft lip. In both normal and "cleft primary palate" mu...read more

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Embryo
Bilateral Cleft Lip
Groove
Structure of Papilla Incisiva of Mouth
Maxilla
Cleft Palate, Isolated
Face
Chick Embryo
Morphogenesis
Cleft Lip

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  • References15
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