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  CoRe Object Organism Object Type
Adult Amphioxus
Four adult amphioxus (Branchiostoma floridae). Shown are three females (top) and one male (bottom). Anterior is to the left, dorsal up. Amphioxus, also known as lancelets, are marine animals that grow … more »
Amphioxus Image
Ascidian Embryonic Development
Ascidians (sea squirts) are invertebrate chordates (subphylum Urochordata or Tunicata, class Ascidiacea). Ascidian eggs develop into tadpole larvae through a relatively simple manner of development wi … more »
Ascidian Image
Ascidian Embryonic Development (labeled)
Ascidians (sea squirts) are invertebrate chordates (subphylum Urochordata or Tunicata, class Ascidiacea). Ascidian eggs develop into tadpole larvae through a relatively simple manner of development wi … more »
Ascidian Image
Axolotl Neurulation
24-hour time-lapse microscopy of an axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) embryo undergoing neurulation. The movie begins at late gastrula stage (about 48 hours after the first cleavage) and ends at tailbud s … more »
Axolotl Video
Early Clytia hemisphaerica Development
This is a time lapse recording of a developing Clytia hemisphaerica (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) embryo from the fertilized egg until blastula stage. The movie covers approximately 9 hours at 18°C, with o … more »
Clytia Video
Fate Specification in the Ascidian Embryo
Ascidians (sea squirts) are invertebrate chordates. This figure shows how cell fates are specified in the vegetal hemisphere of a 32- to 64-cell stage ascidian embryo. Fibroblast growth factor (FGF, a … more »
Ascidian Image

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