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Parhyale hawaiensis live

 

Cells of embryos at the two cell stage with one of the two cells removed still divide holoblastically, transition to superficial cleavage, and perform rudiment assembly movements on the surface of the egg.
Movie 1 of 2. (movie by Extavour)

   
  Cells of embryos at the two cell stage with one of the two cells removed still divide holoblastically, transition to superficial cleavage, and perform rudiment assembly movements on the surface of the egg.

Movie 2 of 2. (movie by Extavour)

     
 

The four micromeres of the eight cell stage do not proceed simultaneously through fourth cleavage.(movie by Extavour)


mr = right trunk mesoderm (blue)
ml = left trunk mesoderm (blue)

en = endoderm (yellow)
g = germline (red)

 

     
 

The first three cleavages in Parhyale occur near-simultaneously in embryos from the same brood. (movie by Extavour)

     
 

a live embryo stained with Hoescht 33342.
Adjacent focal planes are shown one after the other. (movie by Extavour)

     
 

An eight cell stage embryo proceeding through to just after gastrulation (lateral view). (movie by Extavour)

     
 

An eight cell stage embryo proceeding through to just after gastrulation (dorsal view). (movie by Extavour)

     
 

An embryo just before gastrulation proceeding to assembly of the embryonic rudiment. (movie by Extavour)

     

Germ cells (green) splitting into left and right clusters before dorsolateral migration. (movie by Linsler)

   

Ventral view of an embryo progressing through limb bud and caudal papilla elongation. (movie by Extavour)

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