Spitzer theory

Spit·zer the·o·ry

(spit'sĕr),
an interpretation of the partitioning of the heart of mammalian embryos primarily on the basis of recapitulations of the adult structural pattern of lower forms; most frequently cited in relation to the partitioning of the truncus arteriosus to form ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk, which is achieved by the phylogenetic development of the lungs.
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Spit·zer the·o·ry

(spits'er thē'ŏr-ē)
An interpretation of the partitioning of the heart of mammalian embryos primarily on the basis of recapitulations of the adult structural pattern of lower forms.
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Spitzer,

Alexander, Austrian anatomist, 1868-1943.
Spitzer theory - an interpretation of the partitioning of the heart of mammalian embryos, primarily on the basis of recapitulations of the adult structural pattern of lower forms.
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