Embryonic Lens Prompts Eye Development

@article{Pennisi2000EmbryonicLP,
  title={Embryonic Lens Prompts Eye Development},
  author={Elizabeth Pennisi},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={289},
  pages={522 - 523}
}
A blind cave fish is providing new insight into how eyes come to be. In work reported on page 631, two developmental biologists show that the lens plays a leading role in eye development in this fish. If it doesn9t form properly, the researchers found, the embryo will not go on to make the cornea and other eye structures. 
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