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Fig. 7 | BMC Developmental Biology

Fig. 7

From: Light-sheet microscopy for everyone? Experience of building an OpenSPIM to study flatworm development

Fig. 7

Summary figure of the early embryonic development of the polyclad flatworm M. crozieri (1–128-cell stages) (A-J); SEM pictures (A-J) have been captured for comparison, stills from time-lapse sequences (A-J ), multi-view 3D reconstructions (A-J ); all embryos are shown from animal side. Note that time-lapse images (A-J ) are presented as captured by the OpenSPIM (mirror images) and therefore cleavage direction is opposite to 3D and SEM images. All scale bars are 50 μm

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