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A Timetable of the Early Development Stage of Silkies Embryo
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A Timetable of the Early Development Stage of Silkies Embryo
Li, B.C.; Chen, G.H.; Qin, J.; Wang, K.H.; Xiao, X.J.; Xie, K.Z.; Wu, X.S.;
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 Abstract
The early embryos are obtained in different time after the former egg had been laid, and the aim of the present study was to observe the development law of chicken early embryo.The embryo development has been divided into the two periods according to morphology of blastodisc. Cleavage period, from 5.5 h (0 h uterine age) to 15.5 h (10-10.5 h uterine age) after the former egg had laid, formation blastodisc of 6-7 layers cell. Later blastocyst period, from 17.5 h (12-12.5 h uterine age) to area pellucida formation after the former egg had been laid. The first division took place at 5 h (0 h uterine age), morular at 11.5 h (6-6.5 h uterine age), and blastocyst at 15.5 h (10-10.5 h uterine age) after the former egg had been laid.
 Keywords
Silkies;Early Embryo;Development;Morular;Blastocyst;
 Language
English
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