Just before the fruit fly Drosophila enters metamorphosis to become an adult fly, the developing eye begins to form a furrow where specialized light-sensitive cells will develop.
Image by Dr. Michael Bridge, University of Utah.
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Just before the fruit fly Drosophila enters metamorphosis to become an adult fly, the developing eye begins to form a furrow where specialized light-sensitive cells will develop.

Image by Dr. Michael Bridge, University of Utah.

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    I did a whole class on this found it really interesting
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