Hemodynamics of the stage 12 to stage 29 chick embryo.

@article{Hu1989HemodynamicsOT,
  title={Hemodynamics of the stage 12 to stage 29 chick embryo.},
  author={Ning Hu and Edward B. Clark},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1989},
  volume={65 6},
  pages={1665-70}
}
The heart is the first functioning organ in the embryo and provides blood flow during cardiac morphogenesis from a muscle-wrapped tube a few cells thick to the four-chambered pump. We described the hemodynamics of the chick embryo from stage 12 (50 hours of a 21-day incubation) to stage 29 (6 days), during which the embryo weight increased 120-fold. We measured ventricular, embryo and extraembryonic vascular bed wet weights, dorsal aortic blood flow with a directional pulsed-Doppler velocity… CONTINUE READING

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