The initial formation and further development of the intraneural blood vessel network in the tectum opticum of the chick from the 4th to the 14th incubation day have been analyzed and some quantitative data morphometrically recorded. Vessels have been filled by intracardial injection of India ink in vivo. As inferred from our previous investigations on the vasculogenesis of several districts of the central and peripheral nervous system in the chick embryo, also in the developing optic tectum growth and distribution pattern of the vessels seem to unfold step by step under the local influence of earlier occurring morpho-histogenetic processes of the corresponding neural substratum.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1985|
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