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The American Biology Teacher. 2017; 798645–653 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2017.79.8.645
Published: 01 October 2017
... ventricle bulging to the right (Gray, 1918/2000). © 2000 copyright Bartleby.com, Inc. Figure 2. Head and S-shaped heart of a developing chick embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours), viewed from the ventral surface ( Gray, 1918/2000 ). © 2000 copyright Bartleby.com , Inc. Figure 2. Head and S-shaped...
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The American Biology Teacher. 2012; 749628–634 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2012.74.9.6
Published: 01 November 2012
...Michael I. Dorrell; Michael Marcacci; Stephen Bravo; Troy Kurz; Jacob Tremblay; Jack C. Rusing We describe a technique for removing and growing chick embryos in culture that utilizes relatively inexpensive materials and requires little space. It can be readily performed in class by university, high...
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Timecourse of <b>chick</b> development.   Figure 3. Timecourse of <b>chick</b> developmen...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 3. Timecourse of chick development. Figure 3. Timecourse of chick development. Figure 3. Timecourse of chick development. Figure 3. Timecourse of chick development. More
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The American Biology Teacher. 2014; 767471–475 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2014.76.7.10
Published: 01 September 2014
...Jennifer O. Liang; Matthew Noll; Shayna Olsen We have developed an upper-level undergraduate laboratory exercise that enables students to replicate a key experiment in developmental biology. In this exercise, students have the opportunity to observe live chick embryos and stain the apical...
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Head and S-shaped heart of a developing <b>chick</b> embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours...
Published: 01 October 2017
Figure 2. Head and S-shaped heart of a developing chick embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours), viewed from the ventral surface ( Gray, 1918/2000 ). © 2000 copyright Bartleby.com , Inc. Figure 2. Head and S-shaped heart of a developing chick embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours), viewed from the ventral Figure 2. Head and S-shaped heart of a developing chick embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours), viewed from the ventral surface ( Gray, 1918/2000 ). © 2000 copyright Bartleby.com , Inc. Figure 2. Head and S-shaped heart of a developing chick embryo at 1.5 days (~36 hours), viewed from the ventral More
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The American Biology Teacher. 1981; 43143–44 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4447111
Published: 01 January 1981
... Culture of Chick Heart Embryos Jeanne A. Powell Smith College Northampton, Massachusetts 01063 Ruthanne B. Pitkin Allegheny College Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335 The laboratory described in this article, a simple extension of the usual observation of a living chick embryo performed in many intro- ductory...
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The American Biology Teacher. 1976; 388498–500 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4445706
Published: 01 November 1976
... Curator William Penn Memorial Museum Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17108 DEVELOPMENT OF CHICK EMBRYOS IN PLASTIC BAGS Most courses in vertebrate embryology include the examination of living avian embryos at various stages of development. As observation is commonly achieved by opening a series of fertile...
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The American Biology Teacher. 1977; 392115–117 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4445818
Published: 01 February 1977
... that is provides competition, allows for creative expression, deals with only a single concept area, and it introduces the ideas of taxonomy through a hands-on manipulation of materials. A Simple Procedure for Studying the Effects of Increased Gravitational Force on Developing Chick Embryos Sheridan...
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Examples of AER staining. (A) Whole <b>chick</b> embryo just after staining with N...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 2. Examples of AER staining. (A) Whole chick embryo just after staining with Nile blue (white arrow; anterior to the top and dorsal to the right). (B) A stained limb 15–30 minutes after staining, with darker staining in the AER (white arrowhead; anterior to the top and distal to the left Figure 2. Examples of AER staining. (A) Whole chick embryo just after staining with Nile blue (white arrow; anterior to the top and dorsal to the right). (B) A stained limb 15–30 minutes after staining, with darker staining in the AER (white arrowhead; anterior to the top and distal to the left More
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The American Biology Teacher. 1971; 336356–357 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4443533
Published: 01 September 1971
... of the in- quiry-oriented curriculum. Barbara Logan, O.S.B. Administrative assistant Kennedy Christian High School Sharon, Pa. 16146 Sustained Observation of Chick Embryos The techniques most commonly used in the class- room do not allow continuous observation of the living chick embryo throughout...
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The American Biology Teacher. 1963; 258627–629 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4440469
Published: 01 December 1963
...Henry J. Kilmer Literature Cited Romanoff, Alexis L., 1933. A method of demonstra- tion of a living bird's embryo, Poultry Science, 12 (6): 388-389. Romanoff 6 388 12 Poultry Science 1933 Continual Observation of a Living Chick Embryo * Henry J. Kilmer, Rex Putnam High School...
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Engagement of students during the ex ovo <b>chick</b> culture and analysis of expe...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. More
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Retinoic acid perturbation study data set. Array of ex ovo <b>chick</b> images acr...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 4. Retinoic acid perturbation study data set. Array of ex ovo chick images across treatment and over time. The RA treatment stunted embryo development and even resulted in embryo lethality at higher dosages. Figure 4. Retinoic acid perturbation study data set. Array of ex ovo chick Figure 4. Retinoic acid perturbation study data set. Array of ex ovo chick images across treatment and over time. The RA treatment stunted embryo development and even resulted in embryo lethality at higher dosages. Figure 4. Retinoic acid perturbation study data set. Array of ex ovo chick More
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Image of <b>chick</b> embryo in ex ovo culture at 4.5 days of incubation. Annotati...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 2. Image of chick embryo in ex ovo culture at 4.5 days of incubation. Annotations: 1 = eye, 2 = heart, 3L = left vitelline arterty, 3R = right vitelline artery, 4 = chorioallantoic membrane, 5A = anterior vitellene vein, 5P = posterior vitellene vein, 6 = tip-to-tail length, and 7 = RA Figure 2. Image of chick embryo in ex ovo culture at 4.5 days of incubation. Annotations: 1 = eye, 2 = heart, 3L = left vitelline arterty, 3R = right vitelline artery, 4 = chorioallantoic membrane, 5A = anterior vitellene vein, 5P = posterior vitellene vein, 6 = tip-to-tail length, and 7 = RA More
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The American Biology Teacher. 1946; 8475–78 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4437681
Published: 01 January 1946
.... 23, 10. Warrington 10 23 Turtox News The American Biology Teacher Vol. 8 JANUARY, 1946 No. 4 A Technique for Chick Fetal Skeleton Staining Using Alizarine Red S A. C. WARRINGTON West Virginiia State College, Institute, West Viigiinia Several biologists have used some formii of...
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Image of the <b>chick</b> embryo at day 3 (A), immediately after removal from the ...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 1. Image of the chick embryo at day 3 (A), immediately after removal from the shell. Dramatic changes are apparent over the course of the next week, and the chick’s beak, limbs, eyes, and other prominent features become readily apparent by day 10 (B) and day 17 (C). The chorioallantoic Figure 1. Image of the chick embryo at day 3 (A), immediately after removal from the shell. Dramatic changes are apparent over the course of the next week, and the chick’s beak, limbs, eyes, and other prominent features become readily apparent by day 10 (B) and day 17 (C). The chorioallantoic More
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The American Biology Teacher. 1940; 3123–25 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4437056
Published: 01 October 1940
.... V. Fowler. Science, 91: 271, 1940 10.2307/1666183 271 1940] Chick Embryos 23 Eggshell Caps A Method of Rear- ing Chick Embryos Visible ThIrou out ncuation JOHN W. PRICE and ERNEST V. FOWLER The Ohio State University To watch a living chick embryo de- velop is always interesting. To do this, we...
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The American Biology Teacher. 2012; 749636–643 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2012.74.9.7
Published: 01 November 2012
...Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. Figure 6. Engagement of students during the ex ovo chick culture and analysis of experimental results. ...
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The American Biology Teacher. 1964; 264266–269 doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/4440632
Published: 01 April 1964
... Chick, Henry Holt and Co., New York, 1952, p. 213 Hamilton 213 Lillies' Development of the Chick 1952 Conditioned Response in Embryo Chicks * John Gabriel Navarra and Ruth Roberta Dugan, Jersey City State College, Jersey City 5, Neqw Jersey The influences of electrical stimuli and sound are...
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The American Biology Teacher. 2019; 812120–125 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2019.81.2.120
Published: 01 February 2019
... “genes” can also be used to discuss the classic experiment whereby a mouse mesenchyme is used to stimulate development of teeth in the chick oral epithelium. That experiment demonstrates that the chicken genome must have genes that encode tooth development, remnants from the last common ancestor with...