Cell division in a Xenopus embryo

Stereomicroscopy was used to capture early embryo developed derived from the clawed frog Xenopus laevis. This image captures the early stages of embryo as it goes through cell division. The image was taken by Michael Klymkowsky at the University of Colorado. This image came seventh in the 2007 Nikon Small World competition.

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