Several stained and arranged fruit fly embryos.
Image by Dr. Stephen Paddock, University of Wisconsin.
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Several stained and arranged fruit fly embryos.

Image by Dr. Stephen Paddock, University of Wisconsin.

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    Embryons de la drosophile Several stained and arranged fruit fly embryos. Image by Dr. Stephen Paddock, University of...
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    I see this, and all I can think of is Cell&Molec last semester and the funny names for the genes that I can’t remember...
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    Perfectly timed post for my DevBio class!
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    holy shit guys. i can’t remember what those segments are called but they have something to do with Hox genes (genes that...
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    I taught this and we actually did a couple of experiments that had similar end products when I TAed developmental...
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