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"Each expanded chamber ventricle (V) and atrium (A) assumes a bean-like morphology, featuring two distinctly curved surfaces: a greater, convex curvature called the outer curvature (OC) and a lesser, concave curvature called the inner curvature (IC)."
 
"Each expanded chamber ventricle (V) and atrium (A) assumes a bean-like morphology, featuring two distinctly curved surfaces: a greater, convex curvature called the outer curvature (OC) and a lesser, concave curvature called the inner curvature (IC)."
  
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'''Links:'''  [[Media:Zebrafish-heart_01.mp4|MP4 version]] | [[Cardiovascular System Development]] | [[Zebrafish Development]]
 
'''Links:'''  [[Media:Zebrafish-heart_01.mp4|MP4 version]] | [[Cardiovascular System Development]] | [[Zebrafish Development]]
 
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===Reference===
 
===Reference===

Revision as of 10:42, 12 May 2016

Live Zebrafish Heart GFP labeled

Live wild-type 48-hpf embryo carrying Tg(cmlc2:egfp); expanded chamber stage, both chambers contract, Ventricle is to the left.

"Each expanded chamber ventricle (V) and atrium (A) assumes a bean-like morphology, featuring two distinctly curved surfaces: a greater, convex curvature called the outer curvature (OC) and a lesser, concave curvature called the inner curvature (IC)."


Zebrafish-heart-01.jpg

Links: MP4 version | Cardiovascular System Development | Zebrafish Development

Reference


<pubmed>17311471</pubmed>

Copyright

© 2007 Auman et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.