The retention of primary hypoblastic cells underneath the developing primitive streak allows for their prolonged inductive influence.

@article{Azar1983TheRO,
  title={The retention of primary hypoblastic cells underneath the developing primitive streak allows for their prolonged inductive influence.},
  author={Yehudith Azar and Hefzibah Eyal-Giladi},
  journal={Journal of embryology and experimental morphology},
  year={1983},
  volume={77},
  pages={143-51}
}
An experimental study was made of the distribution of the primary hypoblastic cells in the lower layer of the avian blastoderm throughout primitive streak formation and until stage 10 (Hamburger & Hamilton, 1951). The primary hypoblast of stage XIII (Eyal-Giladi & Kochav, 1976) chick blastoderms was exchanged for either an [H3]thymidine-labelled similar chick hypoblast, or a quail primary hypoblast. During the entire period of primitive streak formation, the lower layer proved to be a mosaic of… CONTINUE READING

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