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Anatomy of an Egg

What's inside an egg? This article shows the interior of an egg, including a labeled drawing. Learn about the chemical composition and function of its parts shell, inner and outer membranes, air cell, vitelline membrane and more.
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What's inside an egg? This article provides a labeled drawing of the interior and discusses the chemical composition and function of its parts - shell, inner and outer membranes, air cell, vitelline membrane and more.

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