Difference between revisions of "Xenopus development stages"

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*Embryonic Stage
 
*Embryonic Stage
 
**[[Stage 1]]
 
**[[Stage 1]]
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**Cleavage
 
***[[Stage 2]]
 
***[[Stage 2]]
****[[Stage 3]]
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***[[Stage 3]]
 
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***[[Stage 4]]
*[[Stage 4]]
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***[[Stage 5]]
*[[Stage 5]]
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***[[Stage 6]]
*[[Stage 6]]
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**Blastula
*[[Stage 7]]
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***[[Stage 7]]
*[[Stage 8]]
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***[[Stage 8]]
*[[Stage 9]]
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***[[Stage 9]]
*[[Stage 10]]
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**Gastrula
*[[Stage 11]]
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***[[Stage 10]]
*[[Stage 12]]
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***[[Stage 11]]
*[[Stage 13]]
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***[[Stage 12]]
*[[Stage 14]]
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**Neurula
*[[Stage 15]]
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***[[Stage 13]]
*[[Stage 16]]
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***[[Stage 14]]
*[[Stage 17]]
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***[[Stage 15]]
*[[Stage 18]]
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***[[Stage 16]]
*[[Stage 19]]
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***[[Stage 17]]
*[[Stage 20]]
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***[[Stage 18]]
*[[Stage 21]]
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***[[Stage 19]]
*[[Stage 22]]
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***[[Stage 20]]
*[[Stage 23]]
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***[[Stage 21]]
*[[Stage 24]]
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**Tailbud
*[[Stage 25]]
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***Early tailbud
*[[Stage 26]]
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****[[Stage 22]]
*[[Stage 27]]
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****[[Stage 23]]
*[[Stage 28]]
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****[[Stage 24]]
*[[Stage 29]]
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****[[Stage 25]]
*[[Stage 31]]
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****[[Stage 26]]
*[[Stage 32]]
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****[[Stage 27]]
*[[Stage 33]]
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****[[Stage 28]]
*[[Stage 36]]
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***Late tailbud
*[[Stage 37]]
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****[[Stage 29]]
*[[Stage 39]]
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****[[Stage 31]]
*[[Stage 40]]
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****[[Stage 32]]
*[[Stage 41]]
+
****[[Stage 33]]
*[[Stage 42]]
+
****[[Stage 36]]
*[[Stage 43]]
+
****[[Stage 37]]
*[[Stage 44]]
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****[[Stage 39]]
 +
****[[Stage 40]]
 +
****[[Stage 41]]
 +
****[[Stage 42]]
 +
****[[Stage 43]]
 +
****[[Stage 44]]
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**Premetamorphosis
 
*[[Stage 45]]
 
*[[Stage 45]]
 
*[[Stage 46]]
 
*[[Stage 46]]

Revision as of 17:51, 20 October 2010


Digitized images and developmental data from Nieuwkoop and Faber (1994) Normal Table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin). Garland Publishing Inc, New York. Copyright © 1994 Pieter D. Nieuwkoop and J. Faber.

Digital photographs of Xenopus embryos used with permission by Barbra Lom, work performed by William Graham, and Ian Willoughby. All rights reserved. No portion of them can be used without prior expressed permission [1].