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Fig. 1 | BMC Developmental Biology

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From: Comparison of the transcriptomes of two tardigrades with different hatching coordination

Fig. 1

Comparison of hatching timing between H. exemplaris and R. varieornatus. a Probability density plot of the days required for egg hatching in both species. Seventy-three and 259 embryos were observed for H. exemplaris and R. varieornatus, respectively. A normal distribution curve is overlaid for each species. b Number of eggs that were oviposit in each day per individual in H. exemplaris and R. varieornatus. Twenty-one and 40 individuals were observed for each species, respectively. Data from Horikawa et al. [18] was used for R. varieornatus

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