The process of cell division was filmed on video
The process of cell division was filmed on video

The process of cell division was filmed on video

The process of cell division was filmed on video Attention users are presented with a unique video of a real division of the cell of the egg of a grass frog (Rana temporaria). The author of the video, the famous documentary photographer Francis Chi (Australia) independently developed the technology of microscopic imaging and brilliantly shot the process of cell division in high resolution. A video sequence lasting 23 seconds shows viewers the process of cell division, starting from 4 units to millions. In real time, division took place over 33 hours, but in order to increase the convenience of demonstration for ordinary observers, Francis Chi “accelerated” the video to two tens of seconds. For video shooting, special equipment was assembled – a microscope equipped with a system of \For successful cell division of the frog, the optimal temperature, chemical composition of the medium, and the time of the experiment were chosen. In the future plans of the Australian popularizer of science – shooting the subsequent stages of the development of the frog cell, up to its \

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