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The growth regularity of the chick embryo liver and heart during 11 19 days of incubation



The growth regularity of the chick embryo liver and heart during 11 19 days of incubation



Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Gruzii Seriya Biologicheskaya 16(6): 400-404



The dynamics of growth of the chick embryo liver and heart during 11-19 days of incubation was studied. Observations have shown that the growth curves of wet and dry weight, mitotic index and concentration of nuclei hardly differ from each other, but there are quantitative differences. Similar is also the dynamics of changes in mitotic index and nuclear concentration. In addition, at definite stages of embryo development the cell volume growth predominates over the proliferative growth.

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