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Embryos at week 4. 35 Pharyngeal arches in ventral view. 27 Week 5 d IV Phar 52 53 Head and pharyngeal arches in ventral-left view. Embryos late in week 4 and early in week 5. 28 Week 5 1. 3 The Development of the Pharyngeal Arches Pharyngeal arches in ventral view. Embryos at week 5. 35 Pharyngeal arches in ventral view. 31 54 55 Head and pharyngeal arches in ventral view. Embryo at week 5. 31a Head and pharyngeal arches in ventral view. Embryo at week 5. 32 Face and pharyngeal arches in ventral view.

19 Week 6 Head and pharyngeal arches. Right view. Embryos in the middle of week 6. 1. 22 Developmental stages of the external form of the pharyngeal arches. Lateral views. 22 50 51 Head and pharyngeal arches. Right view. Embryos late in week 6. 23 Week 4 1. External Aspects Head and pharyngeal arches in ventral view. Embryos at week 4. 35 Pharyngeal arches in ventral view. 27 Week 5 d IV Phar 52 53 Head and pharyngeal arches in ventral-left view. Embryos late in week 4 and early in week 5. 28 Week 5 1.

Ventral view. 24 Left ge wall 78 79 Left arm. Embryos in the middle and at the end of week 5. 25 Week 6 1. External Aspects Left arm. Embryos at week 6. 27, the palm has started its downward movement (pronation). 40 Developmental stages of the upper limb. 28 Developmental stages of the upper limb. Ventral view. 28 Week 8 80 81 Left arm. Embryo at week 8. 29 Week 5 Embryos at week 5. al Reg 1. 40 Developmental stages of the upper limb. 33 Developmental stages of the upper limb. Dorsal view. 32 / 33 Week 6 / 7 82 83 Embryos at weeks 6 and 7.

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