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Schematischer Längsschnitt eines Hühnereis:
  1. Kalkschale
  2. Schalenhaut
  3. Schalenhaut
  4. Chalaza (Hagelschnur)
  5. äußeres Eiklar (dünnflüssig)
  6. mittleres Eiklar (dickflüssig)
  7. Dotterhaut
  8. Bildungsdotter
  9. Keimfleck ("Hahnentritt")
  10. Gelber Dotter
  11. Weißer Dotter
  12. inneres Eiklar (dünnflüssig)
  13. Chalaza (Hagelschnur)
  14. Luftkammer
  15. Kutikula
Stavba ptačího vejce:
  1. skořápka (testa)
  2. vnější papírová blána (membrana testa)
  3. vnitřní papírová blána (membrana testa)
  4. poutko (chalaza)
  5. vnější řídký bílek (albumen rarum)
  6. hustý bílek (album densum)
  7. žloutková blána (membrana vitellina či lamina vitellina &ampersand; cytolemma ovocyti)
  8. výživný žloutek
  9. zárodečný terčík (tvořivý žloutek + zárodek) (discus germinalis)
  10. tmavý (žlutý) žloutek (vitellus aureus)
  11. světlý žloutek (vitellus aureus)
  12. vnitřní řídký bílek (albumen rarum)
  13. poutko (chalaza)
  14. vzduchová komůrka (cella aeria)
  15. kutikula
Schematic of a chicken egg:
  1. Eggshell
  2. Outer membrane
  3. Inner membrane
  4. Chalaza
  5. Exterior albumen (outer thin albumen)
  6. Middle albumen (inner thick albumen)
  7. Vitelline membrane
  8. Nucleus of pander
  9. Germinal disk (blastoderm)
  10. Yellow yolk
  11. White yolk
  12. Internal albumen
  13. Chalaza
  14. Air cell
  15. Cuticula
Morfologia dell'uovo di pollo:
  1. Guscio
  2. Membrana testacea esterna
  3. Membrana testacea interna
  4. Calaza
  5. Albume liquido esterno
  6. Albume denso
  7. Membrana vitellina
  8. Tuorlo
  9. Blastodisco
  10. Tuorlo scuro
  11. Tuorlo chiaro
  12. Albume liquido interno
  13. Calaza
  14. Camera d'aria
  15. Cuticula
Diagrama dun ovo de galiña:
  1. Casca
  2. Fárfara externa
  3. Fárfara interna
  4. Calaza
  5. Clara externa
  6. Clara media
  7. Membrana vitelina
  8. Xema
  9. Galadura ou disco xerminativo
  10. Xema amarela
  11. Xema branca
  12. Clara interna
  13. Calaza
  14. Cámara de aire
  15. Cutícula mucosa.
Date 8 August 2006
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