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  • Translated versions of the popular Science Education series “Model Organisms I: yeast, Drosophila and C. elegans” will help to teach non-English speaking students fundamental scientific techniques commonly used today in the life sciences. In this picture, a demonstration of dechorionation—the removal of the hard outer membrane of the Drosophila embryo.
    JoVE — The Journal of Visualized Experiments
    Translated versions of the popular Science Education series “Model Organisms I: yeast, Drosophila and C. elegans” will help to teach non-English speaking students fundamental scientific techniques commonly used today in the life sciences. In this picture, a demonstration of dechorionation—the removal of the hard outer membrane of the Drosophila embryo.
  • The translated Science Education series introduces the current and historical significance of each of its three featured organisms. Here, the expression of Green Fluorescent Protein, a method that won Martin Chalfie the Nobel Prize in 2008, is shown in various model organisms.
    JoVE — The Journal of Visualized Experiments
    The translated Science Education series introduces the current and historical significance of each of its three featured organisms. Here, the expression of Green Fluorescent Protein, a method that won Martin Chalfie the Nobel Prize in 2008, is shown in various model organisms.
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