Cell Division Time lapse

Time_lapse of cell division from second cleavage. The animal pole is clearly visible in the upper half of the image

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+1 1. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

I had to find out what this cell was , soooo......
"If you've ever wondered what cell division actually looks like, this incredible time-lapse gives you the best view we've ever seen, showing a real-life tadpole egg dividing from four cells into several million in the space of just 20 seconds.
Of course, that's lightening speed compared to how long it actually takes - according to Adam Clark Estes at Gizmodo, the time-lapse has sped up 33 hours of painstaking division into mere seconds for our viewing pleasure.
The species you see developing here is Rana temporaria, the common frog, which lays 1,000 to 2,000 eggs at a time in shallow, fresh water ponds."
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0 2. bigdisnotr commented 3 years ago

this is not cell division.. the volume is not increasing
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+2 3. curator commented 3 years ago

#2 really? that is your statement? and you invented it out of your own head?

the cell undergoes a process called "interphase".
in this video we see the cell at the end stage of phase "G2" (the actual stage of growing), entering phase "M" and mitosis or meiosis kick in (depending on the type of cell) - the phase of division.

and i mean... i just learned the process of cell division just for you via google.
instead of using your energy typing "that is not real", just type in a few words to educate yourself.
nature is wonderful, yet you are ignorant of it
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-1 4. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#2 Well Mrs Bigdishrag kinda looks to me like you have just had a really girly bottom spanking telling off from your curator. I suggest Handbags at dawn. :D
Personally I thought it was very educational watching how a world cup football deteriorates when exposed to Suxi's breath. O:)