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Anatomy of the digestive tract and external body development during the embryonic stages of the caprine (Capra hircus)



Anatomy of the digestive tract and external body development during the embryonic stages of the caprine (Capra hircus)



Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 22(2): 123-143



The purpose of this work was to establish the pattern of prenatal growth and normal development of the digestive tract and annex glands during goat embryonic stages. 21 embryos with ages ranging from 14 to 34 days (1.69 to 5.90 cm CR) as determined by registering the mating time, were obtained by caesarean section. The material was histologically processed to obtain complete serial sections of the stomatodaeum, foregut, midgut, hindgut and cloaca.

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