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Figures Myotomes in the head, neck, and thoracic regions of the embryo. Heart cont. Branchiomeric muscles of gnathostomes. Nerves Innervating Muscles Figure Facial nerves to muscles.
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Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Function, Evolution, 6th Edition