Timelapse videos of aquatic snail embryos are challenging established thinking on how heredity affects key developmental milestones within species. The images were recorded at Plymouth University's Marine Biological and Ecology Research Centre, using a pioneering bio-imaging device. Devised by researcher Oli Tills, it contains a lens that magnifies up to 10,000 times, allowing constant analysis of hundreds of growing embryos.moreless
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