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Monday, January 6, 2014

The Complete Embryonic Development of a Fruitfly

Posted by on Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 10:39 AM

Because life is wonderful...

 

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Fifty-Two-Eighty 1
Oh, boy, maggots. Everybody's favorite thing.
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If 6 were 2
it all works out
am i an automatic
am i automatic
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Pope Peabrain 8
A small, inconsequential thing. Until you think about 3.8 billion years of evolution.
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This was super cool. I think my favorite part is that it feels like little things happening in a container and then suddenly the container is the thing. Watching cell differentiation happen in real time is like watching the history of life in miniature
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