vitelline circulation

vitelline circulation
the circulation through the blood vessels of the yolk sac.

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  • Yolk sac — Infobox Embryology Name = Yolk sac Latin = GraySubject = 11 GrayPage = 54 Caption = Human embryo of 2.6 mm. Caption2 = Human embryo from thirty one to thirty four days System = CarnegieStage = 5b Days = 9 Precursor = endoderm GivesRiseTo =… …   Wikipedia

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