Animal world is beautiful and varied, and the deeper one looks into the normal processes, the more amazing types him open. Thanks to new technologies, look at these beauties not only scientists, but also ordinary people. The opportunity, for example, recently provided the Dutch Director Jan van aken, who made a short film about the transformation of the tiny cells in a living Salamander.
The film was called “Formation” and lasts only about six minutes. During this time the Director shows the whole process of the development of salamanders from the moment of fertilization and to the point where she finds the strength to escape from the field of view of the camera. To see the beauty of development of a living organism in real time would be impossible, as this process lasts about three weeks. The author simply squeezed this time to six minutes.
In the video you can witness all the processes of living organisms in the embryonic period. After the formation of the embryo begins the process of crushing, in which its volume does not change, but it is divided into smaller cells. The next stage of development is gastrulation, during which the migrating cells form embryonic leaves. Of them, in the course of organogenesis, the formation of the tissues of the body: nerves, skin, mucous membranes and muscles.
Recall that using embryos, scientists are able to save species from extinction. For example, at the end of 2018, an international group of scientists decided to revive the population standing on the brink of extinction the Northern white rhinos. They have created hybrid embryos and grew them to a stage where they can be transplanted into the body of the living females. Read more about the project can be read in our material.
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