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Development is a dynamic process with structures changing (shape, name and relationships) over time and the best way to show this is with dynamic images, such as movies. This first page introduces the various movies and animations in UNSW Embryology that illustrate many different aspects of development.
 
Development is a dynamic process with structures changing (shape, name and relationships) over time and the best way to show this is with dynamic images, such as movies. This first page introduces the various movies and animations in UNSW Embryology that illustrate many different aspects of development.
  
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== Human - week 2 movies ==
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* [http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/Movies/week2/week2.mov Implantation Animation] (Quicktime, 451 Kb)
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* [http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/Movies/week2/chorcav.mov Chorionic Cavity Animation] (Quicktime, 1.2 Mb)
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* [http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/Movies/week2/exoves.mov Exocoelomic Vesicle Animation] (Quicktime, 536 Kb)
  
 
== Technical Notes ==
 
== Technical Notes ==

Revision as of 00:02, 4 August 2009

Introduction

Development is a dynamic process with structures changing (shape, name and relationships) over time and the best way to show this is with dynamic images, such as movies. This first page introduces the various movies and animations in UNSW Embryology that illustrate many different aspects of development.


Human - week 2 movies

Technical Notes

Most movies on the original site are in Quicktime format and require a web browser plug-in to view. Mediawiki does not currently allow Quicktime to play natively within a page. There are 2 ways to watch each movie. Firstly, click the image or text link to open a new page with both the movie and a more detailed text description of features that can be seen. Secondly, the link below the images and text labelled Quicktime with the movie name and (file size) will open only the movie in a new window.