Studies on the retinal pigment of the embryo chick

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1933-06
Authors
Cobden, Selma E.
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Abstract

The origin and the early development or the retinal pigment or the embryo chick constitutes one of the problematical phases of animal histogenesis. The conflict of data concerning retinal pigment led to this investigation of the origin of pigment:

  1. to determine if granules arise independently in the cytoplasm; 2. to establish a definite time for their first appearance; 3. to see what changes in color, shape, and size take place in their development.
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Introduction -- Survey of the literature -- Materials and methods -- Observations -- Comparison of the sixty-two hour chick with various fixatives -- Summary -- Bibliography -- Plae labels
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Thesis (M.S.)-- University of Wichita, Dept. of Zoology
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