Chicken embryonic development model with removable sections

Jewell Models for Biology
Circa 1940
One of a series of five models depicting chicken embryonic development. This model depicts a chicken embryo at 33 hours after fertilisation in serial sections. The sections can be removed from the wooden frames and show transverse cross sections through the embryo. Produced as part of the Jewell Models for Biology line, which were made by American company Turtox Products.
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Circa 1940
Accession number
metal imprint/maker's mark ▫ Jewell Models for Biology The General Biological Supply House Chicago, USA (C) F. M. J.
inscriptions ▫ Identify section shown in this model
Object type
Harry Brookes Allen Museum Anatomy Category


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