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Intrauterine developmental stages of gastric compartments in the goat

, : Intrauterine developmental stages of gastric compartments in the goat. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 17(2): 121-137

A chronological and systematic scheme for intrauterine development stages of the stomach of the goat is proposed. Twenty one embryos (1.69 cm to 5.90 cm CR) and 16 fetuses (5.90 to 35 cm CR) for studying morphogenesis, histogenesis and relationships of gastric compartments were used. Six developmental stages were conventionally determined from the most relevant anatomical and histological characteristics.

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