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Morphology and development of the Drosophila eye. II. In vitro development of ommatidial bristles.

@article{Hanly1967MorphologyAD,
  title={Morphology and development of the Drosophila eye. II. In vitro development of ommatidial bristles.},
  author={E. W. Hanly and W H Hemmert},
  journal={Journal of embryology and experimental morphology},
  year={1967},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={
          501-11
        }
}
  • E. Hanly, W. Hemmert
  • Published 1 June 1967
  • Biology
  • Journal of embryology and experimental morphology
The morphological changes which take place in the differentiation of the adult Drosophila eye from the larval imaginal disc have been described from a histological and cytological standpoint by Shatoury (1956, 1963) and Shatoury & Waddington (1957). In addition, Gottschewski (1960), Gottschewski & Querner (1961), and Schneider (1964) have studied these processes in eyes and brains in vitro . These latter workers removed eye-antennal anlage with associated structures, and placed them in culture… 
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