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Developmental dynamics of the bronchial (airway) and air sac systems of the avian respiratory system from day 3 to day 26 of life: a scanning electron microscopic study of the domestic fowl, Gallus gallus variant domesticus


Developmental dynamics of the bronchial (airway) and air sac systems of the avian respiratory system from day 3 to day 26 of life: a scanning electron microscopic study of the domestic fowl, Gallus gallus variant domesticus



Anatomy and Embryology 207(2): 119-134



ISSN/ISBN: 0340-2061

PMID: 12856178

DOI: 10.1007/s00429-003-0333-6

The lung buds were first conspicuous on day 3 of embryogenesis. They fused on day 4 and the common growth divided into left and right primordial lungs on day 5. Progressively, the lungs elongated, diverged, and advanced towards the respective dorsolateral aspects of the body wall, reaching their definitive topographical locations in the coelomic cavity on day 6. On day 7, they rotated, attached onto the ribs, gradually started to slide into them, and were deeply inserted by day 8.

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