Cell death in the development of the lateral motor column of the chick embryo.

@article{Hamburger1975CellDI,
  title={Cell death in the development of the lateral motor column of the chick embryo.},
  author={Viktor Hamburger},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1975},
  volume={160 4},
  pages={535-46}
}
Cell counts were made in the lumbar lateral motor column (l.m.c.) of chick embryos of 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 18 days of incubation and five days posthatching (n equal 68). Only nuclei with nucleoli were counted and corrections were made for double counting (Abercrombie, '46). The population attains a peak value of over 20,000 cells (corrected figure: over 17,000) at 5.5-6.5 days equal stages 28 and 29 (Hamburger and Hamilton, '51). The l.m.c. loses between 7,000 and 8,000 cells between days 6.5… CONTINUE READING
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