Born method of wax plate reconstruction

Born meth·od of wax plate re·con·struc·tion

(bōrn),
the making of three-dimensional models of structures from serial sections; it depends on the building up of a series of wax plates, cut out to scaled enlargements of the individual sections involved in the region to be reconstructed.

Born,

Gustav Jacob, German embryologist, 1851-1900.
Born method of wax plate reconstruction - the making of three-dimensional models of structures from serial sections.
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