Contributions to Embryology. No. 249, 149, 4, 259, 239, 235, 236

Reprinted from Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1915-1966. Seven articles from Contributions to Embryology, bound together in black cloth hardcover quarto with gilt title to spine. Near fine. Each article is bound in its original paper wraps. With numerous plates and figures, some in color and some fold-out. The articles are: 1. The forms and function of the uterine blood vessels in the rhesus monkey; 2. Photodynamic action of normal and malignant cells in vitro; 3. Fields, graphs, and other data on fetal growth; 4. The early development of the eye in staged human embryos; 5. The early development of the human nephros; 6. Androgen-induced female pseudohermaphroditism in the monkey Macaca mulatta: anatomy of the reproductive organs; and 7. Development of the human diaphram and pleural sacs.
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