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Early Development of the Heart

by Peter Ward, PhD
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    The lecture Early Development of the Heart by Peter Ward, PhD is from the course Development of Thoracic Region and Vasculature.


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    1. Diaphragm
    2. Myocardium
    3. Pericardial sac
    4. Cardiac septum
    5. Aorta
    1. Day 20 - 22
    2. Day 16 - 18
    3. Day 24 - 26
    4. Day 12 - 14
    5. Day 28 - 30
    1. Sinus venosus
    2. Primordial atrium
    3. Primordial ventricle
    4. Bulbus cordis
    5. Aortic sac
    1. Aortic sac
    2. Sinus venosus
    3. Primordial atrium
    4. Primordial ventricle
    5. Bulbus cordis
    1. Sinus venosus
    2. Primordial atrium
    3. Primordial ventricle
    4. Bulbus cordis
    5. Aortic sac
    1. Primordial atrium
    2. Sinus venosus
    3. Primordial ventricle
    4. Bulbus cordis
    5. Aortic sac
    1. Left ventricle
    2. Right ventricle
    3. Coronary sinus
    4. Left atrium
    5. Vena cava
    1. Aortic sac
    2. Sinus venosus
    3. Primordial ventricles
    4. Primordial atrium
    5. Bulbus cordis
    1. Bulbus cordis
    2. Sinus venosus
    3. Primordial atrium
    4. Primordial ventricle
    5. Aortic sac

    Author of lecture Early Development of the Heart

     Peter Ward, PhD

    Peter Ward, PhD


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    By Johnatan s. on 05. October 2018 for Early Development of the Heart

    Way too FAST. Its good information but is a lot in short time.

     
    A bit too fast
    By Shant Y. on 06. August 2018 for Early Development of the Heart

    Feels like it's for people who know this stuff and just wanted to review.

     
    Hard to stay on track.
    By Kashyap B. on 10. June 2018 for Early Development of the Heart

    Too much information in very little time and he goes way too fast. Hard to focus.