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Colorimetric WISH of  <b>Girardia</b> <b>sp</b>.  genes illustrating planarian anatomy:  ...
Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 9. Colorimetric WISH of Girardia sp. genes illustrating planarian anatomy: piwi-1 (neoblasts), ifb (D/V edge), slit (midline), sfrp-1 (anterior end), frizzled-like (posterior end), pc2 (nervous system), opsin-like (eyes), porcupine-like (gut branches), laminin-like Figure 9. Colorimetric WISH of Girardia sp. genes illustrating planarian anatomy: piwi-1 (neoblasts), ifb (D/V edge), slit (midline), sfrp-1 (anterior end), frizzled-like (posterior end), pc2 (nervous system), opsin-like (eyes), porcupine-like (gut branches), laminin-like More
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<b>Girardia</b> <b>sp</b>.  regeneration time courses at room temperature after three amp...
Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 5. Girardia sp. regeneration time courses at room temperature after three amputation paradigms: two transverse amputations; one longitudinal amputation; one oblique cut. Worm fragments were observed 1, 3, 5, 9, and 14 dpa. Immediately after amputation, wound closure is triggered by Figure 5. Girardia sp. regeneration time courses at room temperature after three amputation paradigms: two transverse amputations; one longitudinal amputation; one oblique cut. Worm fragments were observed 1, 3, 5, 9, and 14 dpa. Immediately after amputation, wound closure is triggered by More
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The American Biology Teacher. 2017; 793208–223 doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2017.79.3.208
Published: 01 March 2017
...Figure 9. Colorimetric WISH of Girardia sp. genes illustrating planarian anatomy: piwi-1 (neoblasts), ifb (D/V edge), slit (midline), sfrp-1 (anterior end), frizzled-like (posterior end), pc2 (nervous system), opsin-like (eyes), porcupine-like (gut branches), laminin-like...
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Planarian identification key. The planarian species  S. mediterranea, Girar...
Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 4. Planarian identification key. The planarian species S. mediterranea, Girardia sp., D. dorotocephala, P. morgani , and P. gracilis are distinguishable by their head shapes and body pigmentation. Scale bars = 500 μm. A color version of this figure can be viewed online. Figure 4 Figure 4. Planarian identification key. The planarian species S. mediterranea, Girardia sp., D. dorotocephala, P. morgani , and P. gracilis are distinguishable by their head shapes and body pigmentation. Scale bars = 500 μm. A color version of this figure can be viewed online. Figure 4 More
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(A)  Live images of control and  ß-catenin(RNAi)  planarians following pre-...
Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 13. (A) Live images of control and ß-catenin(RNAi) planarians following pre- and post-pharyngeal amputation for each species: Girardia sp. , D. dorotocephala , P. morgani , and P. gracilis. An ectopic head regenerated from the posterior wound is visible in Girardia sp Figure 13. (A) Live images of control and ß-catenin(RNAi) planarians following pre- and post-pharyngeal amputation for each species: Girardia sp. , D. dorotocephala , P. morgani , and P. gracilis. An ectopic head regenerated from the posterior wound is visible in Girardia sp More
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P. morgani  regeneration time courses at room temperature after three amput...
Published: 01 March 2017
, the worm outline is reconstituted, and regenerating eyes are visible since 9 dpa. P. morgani is slightly slower in regenerating than Girardia sp. and D. dorotocephala because at 14 dpa the body shape, scale, and proportion are not yet completely reestablished, and the eyes are significantly , the worm outline is reconstituted, and regenerating eyes are visible since 9 dpa. P. morgani is slightly slower in regenerating than Girardia sp. and D. dorotocephala because at 14 dpa the body shape, scale, and proportion are not yet completely reestablished, and the eyes are significantly More