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George Linius Streeter - bibliography

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Biography

American embryologist, born January 12, 1873, Johnstown, New York; died July 27, 1948, Gloversville, New York.

Bibliography

  • Weight, sitting height, head size, foot length and menstrual age of the human embryo. Contributions Embryology. Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1920, 11 (55):55: 156.
  • Developmental horizons in human embryos. Description of age groups XI, 13 to 20 somites, and age group XII, 21 to 29 somites.
    Contributions to Embryology, Washington, 1942, 30: 211-245.
  • Development horizons in human embryos. Description of age groups XIII, embryos about 4 or 5 millimeters long, and age group XIV, period of indentation of the lens vesicle.
    Contributions to Embryology, Washington, 1945, 31: 27-63.
  • Developmental horizons in human embryos. Description of age groups XV, XVI, XVII, and XVIII, being the third issue of a survey of the Carnegie Collection.
    Contributions to Embryology, Washington, 1945, 32: 133-203.
  • Development horizons in human embryos (fourth issue). A review of the histogenesis of cartilage and bone.
    Contributions to Embryology, Washington, 1949, 33: 149-169.
  • Developmental horizons in human embryos. Description of age groups XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, and XXIII, being the fifth issue of a survey of the Carnegie Collection.
    (Prepared for publication by C.H. Heuser and G.W. Corner).
    Contributions to Embryology, Washington, 1951, 34: 165-196.
  • The histogenesis and growth of the otic capsule and its contained periotic tissue-spaces in the human embryo
    Contributions to embryology. Johnson Reprint, 1963.
  • George Washington Corner (1889-1981)
    George Linius Streeter. In: Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biographies. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970. Volume 13: 96-97.
  • Ronan O'Rahilly, Fabiola Muller, George Linius Streeter:
    Developmental Stages in Human Embryos; Including a Revision of Streeter's "Horizons" and a Survey of the Carnegie Collection.
    Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1987.
  • Harold Speert:
    Memorable Medical Mentors: IX.: George L. Streeter (1873-1948).
    Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey, January 2005: 60 (1): 3-6.

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