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Tammar Wallaby Embryo and Fetus
At day 18, the conceptus emerges form the ruptured shell coat (Sh) so that the two regions of the placenta can make a close attachment to the uterine epithelium. The right side of the embryo is already coat-free, while the embryo itself is still within the shell coat.
- All - allantois
- Am - amniopore
- BYS - bilaminar yolk sac
- TYS - trilaminar yolk sac
- Sh - shell coat
- ST - sinus terminalis
- Ut - uterine epithelium
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Menzies et al. EvoDevo 2011 2:16 doi:10.1186/2041-9139-2-16
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