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  • The Chondrocranium Development Of Mus Musculus Domesticus (Rodentia:Muridae) II STAGE II


Mai A Al-Mosaibih and Rawan M Al-Maimony University of jeddah, department of zoology, jeddah ,saudiarabia

Abstract:
This paper aims to study the chondrocranium development of Mus Musculus Domesticus (Rodentia:Muridae). The existence of the skull is an important characteristic of vertebrates,where it arises as a chondrocranium in the fetus, and then transformed during the growth into Osteocranium. The total length of the embryo body in this stage 40 mm, the embryo was obtained and prepared by using some tissue stepsto make serial sections for Head region ,and it has been examined by light microscope then use theKen-a-vision microprojector for graphic reconstruction of the chondrocranium , and describe it in three views: dorsal, ventral, and lateral. We compared the condrocranium with other species of rodentia and other mammils.


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  • The Chondrocranium Development Of Mus Musculus Domesticus (Rodentia:Muridae) II STAGE II


Mai A Al-Mosaibih and Rawan M Al-Maimony University of jeddah, department of zoology, jeddah ,saudiarabia

Abstract:
This paper aims to study the chondrocranium development of Mus Musculus Domesticus (Rodentia:Muridae). The existence of the skull is an important characteristic of vertebrates,where it arises as a chondrocranium in the fetus, and then transformed during the growth into Osteocranium. The total length of the embryo body in this stage 40 mm, the embryo was obtained and prepared by using some tissue stepsto make serial sections for Head region ,and it has been examined by light microscope then use theKen-a-vision microprojector for graphic reconstruction of the chondrocranium , and describe it in three views: dorsal, ventral, and lateral. We compared the condrocranium with other species of rodentia and other mammils.


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