Plate XIX from Wilson's Cell Lineage of Nereis (1892)
Wilson, Edmund Beecher
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Plate XIX from Edmund Beecher Wilson's "The Cell-Lineage of Nereis" in the Journal of Morphology, Vol. 6, 1892. The plate shows 12 images of various stages of Nereis embryos with labelled cells.
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