Talk:Comparative embryology

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Worthwhile topicEdit

Embryology (and Comparative embryology) are too often misrepresented as arcane terminology in discussions on Wikipedia. "Developmental biology" is the new meme. Classical, comparative embryology (e.g., development of the chicken vs. pig vs. human) was a core pre-med subject well into the 80's (if not more recent), and retains didactic importance in understanding vertebrate and human development. Even as a historical subject, this stub deserves both expansion and retention. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dosware (talkcontribs) 04:51, 18 July 2012 (UTC)

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