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Product images of Hen's egg and dissected embryo
Product details Hen's egg and dissected embryo
Hen's egg and dissected embryo
Plate 38 from the paper "Observations on the changes the egg undergoes during incubation in the common fowl", by Everard Home, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.112 (1822), pp.339-356. Three figures showing the egg at fourteen days' development with the embryo opened to show the principal blood vessels and their connection to the yolk sac. Signed lower left "Franz Bauer".
Original: watercolour on board. 1822
- Image ref: RS-8748
- The Royal Society