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1. The blastoderm of the Oryzias latipes (medaka, Teleostei) embryo begins to contract rhythmically, about once per min at 25 degrees C, during epiboly. When the blastoderm was mechanically detached from the rest of the egg, it contracted into a pear-shaped ball and also continued to contract rhythmically. 2. The optimal [Ca2+] for the rhythmic contractions(More)
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