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FlyMove is an internet resource to study the development of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, aimed at university students and teachers of developmental biology classes. It will provide you with a variety of images, movies and interactive Shockwaves, which will facilitate the understanding of complex developmental processes. Each of these media types is marked with a symbol. Images and Movies contain in vivo data as well as graphics and animation, allowing abstraction while keeping closely connected to the organism. Interactive Shockwaves allow to explore developmental processes at your own pace and level. Some virtual experiments are presented, too. ... [Information of the supplier]
A long-standing goal of biology is to map the behavior of all cells during vertebrate embryogenesis. We developed digital scanned laser light sheet fluorescence microscopy and recorded nuclei localization and movement in entire wild-type and mutant zebrafish embryos over the first 24 hours of development. Multiview in vivo imaging at 1.5 billion voxels per minute provides "digital embryos," that is, comprehensive databases of cell positions, divisions, and migratory tracks. ... [Information of the supplier]
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