Lyle Zimmerman group project:

ENU phenotype movies

mh164 desert tad(dst) - circulation movie

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bottom tail (wildtype) shows normal circulatory flow around the tail muscle, absent in dst tail (top)

mh164 desert tad (dst) - day 2 movie

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dst embryos (top) show an enlarged heart, but heartbeat is relatively normal compared to wildtype (bottom).

mh164 desert tad(dst) - day 4 movie

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dst embryos (left) show enlarged heart as well as a paucity of erythrocytes compared to wildtype (right)

mh19 mrs lot(mlo) movie

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mrs lot tadpoles are paralyzed, and do not respond to tactile stimulus such as being touched with forceps.

mh44 petrified(pet) movie

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petrified embryos fail to respond to tactile stimulus, such as being touched with forceps. Touching a wildtype outcrossed sibling embryo (top) elicits an escape response.

mh44 petrified(pet) heart movie

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petrified tadpole (bottom) shows no heartbeat compared to wildtype embryo (top).

mh6 muzak(muz) movie

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Wildtype embryo (top) shows beating heart; muzak embryo (bottom) shows no heartbeat.

mh114 cruella(cur) - day 3 movie

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at N&F stage 37, cruella heartbeat is very weak.

mh114 cruella(cur) - wildtype day 3 movie

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at N&F stage 37, wildtype embryos display a robust heartbeat.

mh114 cruella(cru) - cruella and diploid control - day 4 movie

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Later stages show a small, abnormal, albeit beating heart, as well as substantial edema.

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