Alex Schreiber talks about the metamorphosis of flatfish

Carnegie Staff Associate Alex Schreiber talks about the amazing metamorphosis of flatfish.Related Articles Feature: Peering into Carnegie Research goes flat Slideshow: A tour of Carnegie Institution of Washington embryology department Top Ten Lists: Research from the Embryology Department The Yale Embryo, circa 1934 A Poem on the Youngest Embryo by Elizabeth RamseyVideo courtesy Alexander M. Schreiber. Visit his Web Site at Carnegie Institution of

Brendan Maher
Feb 1, 2007

Carnegie Staff Associate Alex Schreiber talks about the amazing metamorphosis of flatfish.

Video courtesy Alexander M. Schreiber. Visit his Web Site at Carnegie Institution of Washington Embryology Department for more pictures and videos of flatfish.

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