Transmission Electron Microscope Aids in Understanding Developing Horse
- Jun 25, 2010
At 14 days, it's shaped like a pear and has a clear line dividing its left side from its right. At 16 days, it resembles a shoe sole, and tiny beginnings of the very complex nervous system are popping up everywhere. For the first time in history, scientists are viewing the fine details of the equine embryo at major stages of early development, thanks to the use of the transmission electron microsc
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